Hi Milan,

If you are always adding a blank page after each of the existing pages, you 
could have an Acrobat JavaScript script add them to the PDF file. Everytime 
you make a new PDF file, you would run the JavaScript script on the PDF 
file.

You could also use FrameScript to postprocess the PDF file and add the 
pages.

But if you only have 6 pages and you are not going to make the PDF many 
times, you might be better off adding the pages to the PDF by hand.

Rick Quatro
Carmen Publishing
585-659-8267
www.frameexpert.com


> I'm working on a legacy doc (unstructured; Frame 7.2); the author is
> no longer available for consultation.
>
> In the Frame file, I have six pages, numbered x of 6. I have a PDF of
> this file (the previously approved and released version, which I am
> now revising); each of these pages is followed by a blank page. Let's
> assume that these are needed -- I don't know why, and there isn't time
> to find out.
>
> Does anyone know of something I can set up in the Frame file so that I
> don't have to remember to add the pages in Acrobat? As far as I can
> tell, the addition of blank pages was done manually. I tried adding
> Disconnected Pages in Frame, but it affects the page count.
>
> Many thanks.
>
> -- 
> Milan Davidovic
> http://altmilan.blogspot.com
> _______________________________________________


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