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How can you duplicate a page in Adobe Acrobat DC?

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Mar 30, 2016

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I cannot for the life of me figure out how to duplicate my page in the newest version of Adobe. All the older versions allowed this. Have I missed something? So if you can't duplicate a page, then how can I apply a template I have created onto a blank page? Maybe I am not looking in the right places. Any help at all will greatly appreciated!!

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My previous response was to someone who was using a Mac. If you're using Windows, hold down the Ctrl (Control) key while dragging a page thumbnail. Check out the following for more information on the subtleties of duplicated pages this way: Duplicate a Page in Adobe Acrobat - KHKonsulting LLC

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How can you duplicate a page in Adobe Acrobat DC?

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Mar 30, 2016

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I cannot for the life of me figure out how to duplicate my page in the newest version of Adobe. All the older versions allowed this. Have I missed something? So if you can't duplicate a page, then how can I apply a template I have created onto a blank page? Maybe I am not looking in the right places. Any help at all will greatly appreciated!!

Thanks,

Logan

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Correct answer by George_Johnson | Adobe Community Professional

My previous response was to someone who was using a Mac. If you're using Windows, hold down the Ctrl (Control) key while dragging a page thumbnail. Check out the following for more information on the subtleties of duplicated pages this way: Duplicate a Page in Adobe Acrobat - KHKonsulting LLC

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Perhaps the easiest way is to first show the Pages pane (on the left, View > Show/Hide > Show navigation panes > Pages thumbnails) and hold down the fn+option keys and click and drag the page you want to duplicate.

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Jun 06, 2016

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"fn+option keys"

what is the '+options' ?

I am still not able to find how to copy/duplicate a page in a pdf

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Jun 06, 2016

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My previous response was to someone who was using a Mac. If you're using Windows, hold down the Ctrl (Control) key while dragging a page thumbnail. Check out the following for more information on the subtleties of duplicated pages this way: Duplicate a Page in Adobe Acrobat - KHKonsulting LLC

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Perfect! Thanks!

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"fn+option keys"

what is the '+options' ?

"Option" is the ALT key.

You don't need to use the "fn" key, you can use ALT only.

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Thats it, thanks

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I had to try this about 20 times before it worked. This type of thing is exactly why I #$%#^@&*( hate Adobe. No need to make it so nonintuitive!

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I had to try this about 20 times before it worked

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you have to have your page thumbnails showing on the left side. on MAC hold down alt and drag the page you want to duplicate to the desired location.

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That doesn't work.

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You'll need to be more specific if you want help with your issue.

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I found the easiest way possible. Email yourself the form before you fill in any fields. 

Fill in at least 1 cell of the form. Just enough to change it in anyway.

Download the one you sent yourself. It will save the blank form as (your form name)-1.

 

It's quick, easy, and works like a charm.

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