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Create multiple pages in a document created on Affinity Designer


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In Affinity Designer you can’t create pages as such, but if you put the content of each ‘page’ on its own artboard and then export to PDF you’ll get a page for each artboard. The first page in the PDF will correspond to the bottommost artboard in the layer stack, and the last page will correspond to the topmost.

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4 minutes ago, Alfred said:

In Affinity Designer you can’t create pages as such, but if you put the content of each ‘page’ on its own artboard and then export to PDF you’ll get a page for each artboard. The first page in the PDF will correspond to the bottommost artboard in the layer stack, and the last page will correspond to the topmost.

@Alfred Thanks for your reply. How do you create multiple artboards on the same file/doc?

Apologies but i am quite new to all of this.

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7 minutes ago, Websites 'N' More said:

How do you create multiple artboards on the same file/doc?

Use the Artboard Tool.

Please see also: Adding and removing artboards.

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