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Multiply pages for ncr

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Nov 03, 2020

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I created a a numbered docuemtt using current page number in Indesign. Normaly for a four part NCR I would tell the printer to just turn off collate and print a quantity of four. However this time the printer needs to pull from differnt drawers so this will not work. I was wondering if there a way either in INdesign or Acrobat to just make four copies of each page. So in other words I would need four copies of page one followed by four copies of page two and so on.

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Multiply pages for ncr

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I created a a numbered docuemtt using current page number in Indesign. Normaly for a four part NCR I would tell the printer to just turn off collate and print a quantity of four. However this time the printer needs to pull from differnt drawers so this will not work. I was wondering if there a way either in INdesign or Acrobat to just make four copies of each page. So in other words I would need four copies of page one followed by four copies of page two and so on.

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Nov 04, 2020

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Hi COGordonW,

you could create an exported PDF using the following numbering scheme in the export dialog for page numbers:

1,1,1,1,2,2,2,2,3,3,3,3

and so on.

 

A sequence of all your page numbers should be doable in a couple of minutes:

[1] Do a sequence of numbers in one column in Excel.

[2] Duplicate the column three times.

[3] Import the Excel sheet as table into InDesign

[4] Convert the table to text with a comma as separator for columns and a return for rows.

[5] Find/replace all returns with a comma.

[6] Copy the result to the edit text field where you define the numbers of pages you want to export to PDF.

 

Regards,
Uwe Laubender

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