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Chapter 5. Structuring PDF Documents > Inserting and Replacing PDF Pages

Inserting and Replacing PDF Pages

Often, you may want to move pages from one document to another or combine multiple PDFs into a single document. Acrobat provides two ways to accomplish these tasks. One method involves menu commands; the other requires you to simply drag and drop page thumbnails.

To insert one PDF document into another

1.
While you have a document open, choose Document > Insert Pages (Ctrl+Shift+I/Command+Shift+I).

or

Choose Insert Pages from the Pages palette Options menu (Figure 5.12).

Figure 5.12. To insert pages into a file, choose Insert Pages from the Pages pane Options menu.


The Select File to Insert dialog box appears (Figure 5.13).

Figure 5.13. Select the file you want to insert.


2.
Navigate to the file you'd like to insert into the current document, then click Select.

The Insert Pages dialog box appears (Figure 5.14).

Figure 5.14. Specify where you want to insert the file.


3.
In the Page portion of the dialog box, specify where you want the pages to be inserted. Click the First or Last radio button, or type a number in the Page text field.

4.
From the Location menu, choose whether the document will be inserted before or after the page you chose.

5.
Click OK.

The pages will be inserted at the document location you selected.


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