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gastan
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Quote gastan Replybullet Topic: page display question
    Posted: 15 Jan 13 at 9:32AM
When combining multiple pdf's into a single document, is there a way to output "fit two pages" but have page one display alone? 

I would like to do this so that the resulting document (when viewed onscreen) looks like a printed document, with even number pages on the left and odd number pages on the right.  This keeps the proper layouts all thru the document.

Right now, if I specify "fit two pages" and "startup page=1", the resulting document puts page 1 on the left and page 2 on the right.  All of the rest of the pages are shifted accordingly and completely screw up the layouts.

My work-around has been to add a blank page at the start of the document but I would like to do away with this extra and unprofessional looking setup.

Thanks.

Gary

Should mention that I use reDirect Pro v2    

 
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Quote Michel_K17 Replybullet Posted: 17 Jan 13 at 11:45PM
Hi,

   I tested a code change today, and I was able to program your request without difficulty. It will be available in the next release in a couple of months.

   If you need this right away, please let me know, and I can send you a special version to fix this for your right away. Just shoot me an e-mail at exp(at) exp-systems (dot) com.

Cheers!

Michel
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Quote gastan Replybullet Posted: 18 Jan 13 at 6:33AM
Thanks, Michel, for doing this.  Email is on it's way.

Thanks for this great program.  It is much more compact, easier to use, and generates much smaller file sizes than others I have tried.
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Quote Michel_K17 Replybullet Posted: 18 Jan 13 at 11:55PM
Thanks Gary!

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