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I want one continuous page. How do I remove page breaks to achieve this?Thanks in advance!Leonard Michael
Leonard Wenland 678 days ago
You can't really remove page breaks in a PDF. What you can do, though, is print the file to a new PDF using the Tile option (and a large enough paper size), to fit multiple pages on a single large page. There is a limit, though, to the maximum size a PDF page can have.Have you tried other options, though? Like ticking off the option to show the gap between pages? That sounds like a much better idea to me.-------------------------------------Visit my custom-made PDF scripts website: http://try67.blogspot.comContact me personally: firstname.lastname@example.org
Hmmmm? I will give your suggestions a try.Thank you!Respectfully,Leonard Michael
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