How to create multiple PDF pages?
Question: I always see pdf files that have multiple pages like when I download a manual or something. So I scanned 10 different papers and now have 10 different PDF file for each paper. I don't know how I can concatenate them to one PDF file that has 10 pages, so i can say page 1 of 10, 2 of 10,..., 10 of 10. How do I do it so in PDF i can have multiple PDF pages in one PDF file. There must be a way since all those files you download online in PDF got multiple pages that can be at least as much as tens of thousands of them.
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Download PDFCreator. It's a free PDF printer driver. Set it as your default printer. Open all the single page PDF files. Click on Print & instead of 'Save', click on 'Wait - collect'. Do this for each file. Select all the documents in the queue (print monitor), click on 'Combine' & print. You will have 1 PDF file with 10 pages. PS You can combine documents from different programs like MS Office Word & Excel.
They forget that not everyone has a direct T1 line to the backbone... I am sure it is NOT intentional. There are many factors at work here. The most limiting link between you and them is what controls the speed of your connection. Maybe you have a slow link somewhere in the chain from you to them. Maybe it is software that YOU are running on YOUR machine! Scripts that run from a remote server are notorious for being bandwidth hogs and make it LOOK like you have a slow connection speed, especially if they are "preloading" image files. Preloading is where no image is displayed until ALL images on the page are loaded. Usually, you will see images appear one at a time if there is NO preloading being done. Flash is really BAD when it comes to this. The WHOLE flash file has to load before anything appears to happen and these thigns get huge fast. MANY people forget this when creating the file. It works really fast on a local drive even though it is a huge file. Then they upload it to a site and everyone suffers a long wait time. It is the rare programmer who tests the site for access speed for a typical user with a remote connection. My friends used to rag on me because I always tested the site from a remote location to see how it responded to a typical user. They thought it a waste of time to test remotely when you could test the local server directly from the same room. Open a command window and type this at the prompt: tracert microsoft.com Put the domain in that you are interested in instead of microsoft as I used. What you will see is a list with 4 columns The first three are of interest. These are times in milliseconds for how long it takes to communicate with that place listed in the 4th column, relative to you. The actual numbers are not critical, but what IS, is the relative values. If you see one which is quite large compared to the rest, THAT is the slowest link in the chain. Note that you can use a specific IP address instead of a domain name. Note also that you have absolutely NO control over ANY of the intermediate links, so TRACERT is strictly for information as you really can't actually DO anything to change anything you see.
You need an application that offers option to merge PDF. You can try Smart PDF Creator but I believe you will need to Pro version - you can create many PDF documents at the same time, and there are many tools you can use, such as split and merge. Another option is just a tools solution: http://www.smart-pdf-tools.com/
Don't listen to anyone else. You HAVE to install Windows first, then Linux. Windows XP sometimes doesn't recognize linux partitions during setup, but Linux DOES recognize Windows partitions. Also Windows XP will erase your Linux bootsector (it's nasty you see) when it see's it. Linux will keep Windows XP boot option intact. Thus that's the best way. Also which OS are you installing? If it's Ubuntu it contains a nice tool to create a dual-boot from within Windows. Just stick the CD in whilst running windows and you select how you want to install Ubuntu from 3 different options. Best regards. Edit: Ubuntu is the best. Do your research on it. More hardware freindly and more usable than any other flavour of Linux.
You need a copy of Adobe Acrobat Professional. You can then PDF your Word document and save out the individual pages within Acrobat.
Single space 12 pt: two typed to one printed. Double space 12 pt: one typed to one printed. In general. Just so you know, publishers and editors think in word count, not page numbers. When they get a manuscript, they take the word count, and, by knowing the number of words per page for the different layouts they have available (hardcover, large soft cover, supermarket paperback) they figure how many pages the final book will be. Doing this will average out pages with lots of dialog and therefore lots of white space. The shortest novels you'll see on the shelf are about 40,000 words, or just over 150 pages. This is for the Young Adult market. Adult books are usually 60,000 to 100,000, but of course some are very much longer (but usually not over 200,000 words - about the size of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows). More info than you need at this point, but the more you know about how publishing works the better off you'll be. Have fun writing!
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