yes, kaiserwilhem … pls share your method of madness in detail … also, take a couple screen-caps which may help as well. s'not only for those of us here on printplanet.com … but various proponents and netizens from around the world come across this website in search for answers." Hello kaiserwilhem, Would you mind sharing how you did this? Thanks in advance. CruzinCooler "
I have no problem pasting in as long as I select the Trim Box > de-select "Define Trim Box" in Enfocus Inspector. It always goes into the correct position that I need. I was just looking for a way to automate it. Thanks abc.The problem you are going to have is the predictability of the position of the paste on different pages.
The positioning is based on the visible objects in the copied object, so when you paste it, unless all the pages are same size it will be diffcult to guarantee the position.
If you can guarantee the size then it's perfectly possible. In the paste Action there are tools to define the position based on a region/page box.
So it's not impossible.
Just remember when cut/copy/pasting in Action Lists you can only paste forwards, so make your new spreads the last 2 pages and copy forward into them.
Not sure if it will work in Pitstop 2017 but if you have the add pages action that is in Pitstop 2019 you can create a copy of the document you want to duplicate and then create this action. Select 'Insert pages from document' and then point it to the copy of the file you are modifying and change the settings as below. They will then come out as 1,1,2,2,3,3, etc. Also change the value in the text box from 32 to whatever your total number of pages will need to be. For your 164 page PDF that number will need to be 328 which will be the total number of pages after you duplicate each one.I have a similar problem. I have a 164 unique page document, I need to duplicate each page. so it goes 1,1,2,2,3,3, etc. is there a way to do that in pitstop 2017?
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