dave2297 Posted October 26, 2010 Share Posted October 26, 2010 Hi all Firstly let me say that I am not a programmer and that I use Fusion Pro in what is probably it's most basic for, ie adding names and addresses and images to pdf's. It struck me, however, that Fusion Pro could probably help me in what is a very laborious, time consuming activity that has to be carried out with monotonous regularity. I have a client who created planograms in a multi page pdf format of each section of the stores they own (this runs to several thousand pdf's), I am then asked to produce printed versions for each store - and all stores do not have the same layout, so my question is (and I think I've already guessed the answer) ... say PDF1 has 5 pages, pdf2 has 9 pages and pdf3 has 14 pages - and I have a requests to print: pdf1 and pdf3 for store1, pdf2 and pdf3 for store2 pdf3 and pdf2 for store3 and i have a 3 csv's (labelled Store1,Store2 and Store3) with correctly filled columns and I HAVE to maintain that order. At present my printer operator has to work down the spreadsheet printing in the required order, however, is it possible to output 1 (one) pdf per store keeping the sections in the required order? I have managed, in Fusion (using a Create Multiple Resource rule), to produce the 1st page of the each pdf in a single pdf but can find no way to compose a single pdf with all of the pages from each individual pdf. (Does this even make sense?) I hope that there is a genius out there who has stumbled across this problem before and may wish to share his eureka moment! Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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