I have a PDF containing multiple report cards, and each student's report card is bookmarked. Some report cards have an even number of pages, and some are odd. That and the number of pages vary depending on how much was written on the report card and the student's grade level, therefore it is not a set number of pages.
I would like to insert a blank page after each report card that ends on an odd number of pages, so that the entire PDF can be printed double-sided.
These PDFs are generated from our Student Information System. The SIS Tech Support is not giving me a solution to do this directly from the system, therefore I am trying with Adobe Acrobat Pro DC.
Does anyone have any suggestions? Please let me know if I can provide any other info.
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This is possible with a script, but not that simple, since you don't have direct access to the properties of the bookmarks in such a way. What can be done, though, is to execute the bookmarks and then check the current page number. Based on that you can calculate the length of each section and decide whether a blank page should be added to it. However, that is also tricky because when you add pages to the file you're changing the pages number of all of those that follow them...
Thanks for the suggestion!