Tag: pages

Printing page ranges quickly with JavaScript

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If you want to print ranges of pages from Acrobat, your options are a somewhat limited. You have the choice of setting a single, continuous page range (e.g. pages 1-10), all even pages, or all odd pages. While this may be sufficient for most purposes, what can you do if you need to print multiple page ranges? Help is at hand! This JavaScript tip from ARTS PDF’s Sean Stewart explains how.

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Collating PDFs using JavaScript

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Despite the numerous benefits, there can be potential issues with the conversion of paper documents into electronic archives. When scanning paper pages into PDF, it’s possible to end up with the odd- and even-numbered pages in separate PDF files. It can be very time-consuming to collate them manually, but there is an easier way. Sean Stewart explains.

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Ubiquitous PDF: Election Keepsakes – Newspaper Front Pages

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The Newseum — an Interactive Museum of News — features
an online exhibit titled ‘Today’s Front Pages’ that each day
features PDF versions of the respective ‘Page 1’ from more
than 300 newspapers from around the world. Headlines and
coverage of the outcome of the recent U.S. presidential
election will be available on the site November 4, following
the delayed vote count and subsequent concession.

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Appending PDF Pages

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You might need to create a single PDF document from several documents already in PDF format. In this tip, Ted Padova teaches you to insert pages in the open document from files located on your hard drive.

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Converting HTML Web Pages to PDF

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Acrobat’s Web Capture Plugin converts Web pages or entire Web sites into a single PDF file, including graphics and links. We explore two modes for converting HTML files: local HTML and online HTML.

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Setting Your Own Page Numbers

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A new feature of Acrobat 4 is the ability to create custom page numbering.

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Creating Page Templates in Acrobat

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Page templates can be used for many different purposes with Acrobat forms. Among other uses, pages can be added to a PDF from a page template.

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JavaScript – Finding the Current Page

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Kas provides us with a code cut that helps to locate the page number when browsing through a PDF document.

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Using Thumbnails for Print Ranges

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Did you know that you can use the thumbnails to determine a range of pages to print?

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