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Old April 4th, 2014, 11:32 AM
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Default Overflow with a static back page

I am not sure if this issue has been covered on another post or not but I have a 2-sided job where page 1 can overflow into any number of pages and the other side is a static piece of art that needs to print on the back of all pages.

As you may already know the overflow pages flow consecutively and not to every odd page like I need it to.

As is, if I compose a record where the overflow makes 2 pages the PDF would have the body page 1, overflow page 1, overflow page 2 and the static back page.
I need it to be body page 1, static back, overflow page 1, static back, overflow page 2 and static back,

Can anyone point me out in the right direction?
How do I force the overflow pages to every odd page and repeat the back page?

Do I have to count the pages in the record first and then repeat the back pages x number of times?

I'm not a nube but this one is throwing me for a loop.

Thanks for any help in advance.
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Old April 4th, 2014, 12:04 PM
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Default Re: Overflow with a static back page

I think you can do this by selecting "Add pages In Pairs" on the Overflow Options dialog, and defining both Left and Right overflow pages.
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Default Re: Overflow with a static back page

Thanks Dan!!
I did get that to work using 2 overflow pages as you suggested.
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