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 

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

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

> 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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