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Hi,

I'm new to Adobe Javascript.

We use the Extract and Print commands to create new pdf files which we send to clients.

One of the problems is that we are not able to print more than 32 pages using the menu print command.  We need to print up to 100 pages. We are using Adobe Acrobat Pro DC, version 19.0.10.20069.49826.

So, what we do is perform two print commands to pdf files, then use Adobe Combine to merge the two files together.

We want to avoid having to print multiple files and then stapling them together.  We are happy just using the print command to one file.

Any suggestions?

Rico

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Correct answer by gkaiseril | Adobe Community Professional

You should be aware that printing a PDF degrades the quality of the PDF..

One could  delete the  unwanted pages and saving the resulting PDF under a new name. Or if the wanted pages are contiguous, just extract the pages and save under a new name.

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Hi,

I'm new to Adobe Javascript.

We use the Extract and Print commands to create new pdf files which we send to clients.

One of the problems is that we are not able to print more than 32 pages using the menu print command.  We need to print up to 100 pages. We are using Adobe Acrobat Pro DC, version 19.0.10.20069.49826.

So, what we do is perform two print commands to pdf files, then use Adobe Combine to merge the two files together.

We want to avoid having to print multiple files and then stapling them together.  We are happy just using the print command to one file.

Any suggestions?

Rico

Adobe Community Professional
Correct answer by gkaiseril | Adobe Community Professional

You should be aware that printing a PDF degrades the quality of the PDF..

One could  delete the  unwanted pages and saving the resulting PDF under a new name. Or if the wanted pages are contiguous, just extract the pages and save under a new name.

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Why do you use the Print command for this?

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You should be aware that printing a PDF degrades the quality of the PDF..

One could  delete the  unwanted pages and saving the resulting PDF under a new name. Or if the wanted pages are contiguous, just extract the pages and save under a new name.

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