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Is there a way in Acrobat Pro 8 to create a carbon copy of a page when printed. For example, I have a one page form and would like the same data to print on pages 2 and 3, with the word Original on the bottom of page 1, Customer Copy on the bottom of page 2, and File copy on the bottom of page 3. Thank you
Bernadette Yu 350 days ago
Only possible with a custom-made script (or if you copy and edit the pages manually).
Visit my custom-made PDF scripts website: http://try67.blogspot.com
Contact me personally: firstname.lastname@example.org
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