Cover page when using multiple attachements

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GLOpro
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Cover page when using multiple attachements

Post by GLOpro » Thu Nov 06, 2008 12:11 pm

Hi,

How do i determine what is the cover page when i have a 3page PDF and a word Doc attached.

The Word Doc is the cover page but the PDF should follow.

Kind Regards
Gavin

William M
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Re: Cover page when using multiple attachements

Post by William M » Thu Nov 06, 2008 12:47 pm

Hi Gavin,

How do I send an Email to Fax?
You must send a single attachment less than 2Mb in size, to [destination fax number including the State Code]@fax.exemail.com.au. Eg, 0299556611@fax.exemail.com.au In this email, you MUST enter your password in the subject line.

Unfortunately, you can only attach a single document.

Cheers Will

Giles
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Re: Cover page when using multiple attachements

Post by Giles » Sat Nov 29, 2008 2:12 am

William M wrote: You must send a single attachment less than 2Mb in size
According to the FAQ, the attachment limit is now 5Mb
William M wrote: Unfortunately, you can only attach a single document.
Work around this by merging your two docs into one PDF for attachment.

If you have Word, there's a good chance you also have the facility to print to Microsoft Office Document Image Writer (outputs to an .mdf file). Print your cover sheet to Microsoft Office Document Image Writer, then open the PDF and print that to the same program. The imaging program that displays your MDF files should let you insert one of the resultant files into the other, thus giving you a four-page MDF file. Then print that to PDF and you're sorted.

Or, if you have Adobe Acrobat (Pro), you could merge the PDF and Word docs using that.

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Re: Cover page when using multiple attachements

Post by Gidget » Sat Nov 29, 2008 1:45 pm

Giles wrote:Or, if you have Adobe Acrobat (Pro), you could merge the PDF and Word docs using that.
Or using Nitro.
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