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Pdf Passthrough : all the pages

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Hi,

I would like to have all my pdf pages of my pdf files in Pdf Passtrough.

I know how to do all my pages in a same time. Can someone help me ?

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Lots of PDF in this post, so I am not sure. In the latest beta PDFs are placed as Transfer. But if they are not in your APu document, you have to change the method for every single PDF. AFAIK there is no method to turn them to transfer in one go. Maybe making them linked could work? 


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Thank you for your answer.
I have a pdf file with 80 pages , I want to create an APu  "Passtrough pdf" for each page.
I can do manually ..... but can i do in one shot ?

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3 hours ago, PONTHIEUX said:

I can do manually ..... but can i do in one shot ?

No. You will have to either:

  • Place the PDF 80 times, choosing a different page for each; or
  • Place the PDF once, and duplicate that Publisher page using the Pages panel, then change the selected PDF page number on each Publisher document page.

The second approach should require less work.


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Thank you for your answer.

Affinity Publisher is very near to be used as a "Adobe Acrobat Pro" too : bookmarks panel, drag and drop pdfs,... It will be so GREAT !  so USEFUL !

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I’d probably separate the PDF to single pages in an external application. There are plenty of free or inexpensive options available for doing this on Windows. Then you can use File > Place …, select all your single-page PDFs in the dialogue, and you’ll get the useful Place Images panel that allows you to simply add one PDF after another. 😀

(If you have single-page PDFs, still another option would be data merge, I guess. Unfortunately, I didn’t have the time to test it with documents so far, but it should work.)

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Thank you for this option.
For my use, it is very useful to be able to change the link to pdf when i want to modify the index of my document.
( Something that i can't do in Adobe Acrobat Pro ). 

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