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Only need to package specific pages of a document, not the entire thing.

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Is there some way I can package specific pages from a document, I don't need the entire thing.  I'm envisioning something very similar to the options you get when you want to print all, a range, or the current page.

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Hi Dawn:

 

The only avenue I can think of is to save the file under a new name, remove the pages you don't need and proceed with packaging. This is no page range option in the package command.

 

~Barb 

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Only need to package specific pages of a document, not the entire thing.

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Is there some way I can package specific pages from a document, I don't need the entire thing.  I'm envisioning something very similar to the options you get when you want to print all, a range, or the current page.

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Hi Dawn:

 

The only avenue I can think of is to save the file under a new name, remove the pages you don't need and proceed with packaging. This is no page range option in the package command.

 

~Barb 

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Hi Dawn:

 

The only avenue I can think of is to save the file under a new name, remove the pages you don't need and proceed with packaging. This is no page range option in the package command.

 

~Barb 

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Thanks!  I was hoping there would be a more efficient less time consuming manner of doing this.

 

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Hi Dawn,

 

I understand. Other ideas:

 

~Barb 

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