- From: Joe Gardill <hcrx@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Fri, 19 Dec 2008 14:18:28 -0500
Why not use StuffIt or something similar to place all of them into one
package? That way you also have the option of encrypting the files if
necessary. The latest version of StuffIt will even further compress pdf
On 12/19/08 10:39 AM, in article C5712A79.420BB%ed.kimball@xxxxxxx, "Ed
Kimball" <ed.kimball@xxxxxxx> wrote:
On 12/19/08 9:30 AM ET, "Crofton@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx"
I wonder if anybody can help please.
What I would like to know if possible, is how to send a lot of PDF's as an
attachment, at present if I have multiple pages to attach I have to do so
individually which can mean one long attachment!
I have received attachments from other people which sort of puts them into a
sort of folder and when opened shows all the individual pages, how do you do
I only have the standard Acrobat 9.0 on my system.
As you can see, I am not very computer literate do if anyone can help I would
very much appreciate it.
If you can help, please could you provide any details in very simple terms,
a step by step guide
Many thanks :D
Well, if you have a certain amount of information to put in one or more
attachments, it will be either one long attachment or many shorter ones.
One possibility is to insert each of the attachments into a Word document.
You can then attach the Word document. If you'd rather send a PDF, use the
Print command and the PDF button in the lower left corner of the Print
dialog to save the document as a PDF file.
Either the Word document or the PDF file is likely to be large, however.
Hope this helps.
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