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Unable to create more than 1000 Pages in one go in Windows 10.

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Hi, Currently I'm using the Trial version of Affinity Publisher. I was creating a Discount voucher document with different voucher numbers of size 15x26 cms approx., without facing pages. I needed 3000 plus vouchers but when I entered the required pages in Add pages option of Publisher then it is only creating 1001 Pages.

I tried the same thing with a blank document but its only creating 1001 pages.

My computer Config is Windows 10, 16 gb Ram, 2gb Graphics Card. I'm using Trial version of Affinity Publisher 1.8.3.641. Purchased from Affinity store.

 

I tried to resolve this by posting in support forum but got no resolution and found out that other windows users are facing similar issues.

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Hi @Prateek,

This is not really a bug. It's just a limit on how many pages you can create in one go. You can always go to Add new pages and add 1000 more. 

I will move this to feature requests. 

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On 6/5/2020 at 4:42 PM, Gabe said:

It's just a limit on how many pages you can create in one go.

But, why such a limit?


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This is where the data merge would be a great and helpful function to have. Indesign I would create the voucher. I would create an CSV file in Excel and number it #0001 - #3000. All I would need to do is export that data merge as a PDF to have a 3000 page PDF numbered. 

Now this method does not address the issue of how you are going to print these. If you are sending this to a printer then most likely their imposition software can handle this no problem. If not you could use a numbering app. This is what I use: http://projects.gerryscuppatea.org/EasyNumbering/ Think it is Mac only though.

You could impose your voucher manually in Publisher on the sheet size you are going to be printing. You then export the PDF and bring that into the numbering software and set up your numbers there. It automates the rest and you get an imposed PDF with the job numbered. 

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