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MS Outlook 2003 Tips for the Mandate
ADOBE ACROBAT TIPS
Q. We use Adobe Acrobat to create PDF files. We are not supposed to scan an entire
document for electronic filing, but I need to get the signature on the last page. How
can I do this?
A. You can scan the signature page after it has been signed, and then swap just that page with
the original in the PDF. Below are some tips on using Adobe Acrobat to insert, delete, and
rearranging pages in a PDF document.
To add pages to an existing PDF document:
1. Open the PDF document in Adobe Acrobat.
2. Navigate to the page directly before or after the location where you want to insert the
3. Choose DocumentÎPagesÎInsert.
The Select File to Insert dialog box opens.
4. If necessary, use the Look in pull-down menu to browse to the file containing the pages
The Files of type defaults to Adobe PDF, but you can change it to another file type
such as Microsoft Office Files.
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5. Select the file and then click the Select button.
The insert pages dialog box opens. The number in the Page text box defaults to the
page you selected in the open PDF document.
6. Choose Before or After from the Location pull-down menu to specify where you want
the page(s) inserted in relation to the page in the Page text box.
– OR –
Choose First to put the new page(s) at the beginning of the PDF file.
– OR –
Choose Last to put the new page(s) at the end of the PDF file.
7. Choose OK.
The pages are added.
There may be times when you want to extract some pages from an existing PDF document.
Extracting pages basically creates a copy of the extracted pages and opens them in a new
window so that you can work with those pages independently of the rest of the document.
For example, you may w