Volume One of Exhibits Volume Two of Exhibits Volume One of Exhibits Volume Two of Exhibits To...

Volume One of Exhibits Volume Two of Exhibits Volume One of Exhibits Volume Two of Exhibits To achieve
Volume One of Exhibits Volume Two of Exhibits Volume One of Exhibits Volume Two of Exhibits To achieve
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  • Consecutive Pagination Across Multiple PDF Files – Adobe DC 

    Pursuant to the Electronic Formatting Requirements and Guidelines of the Second District,  documents consisting of multiple files must be paginated consecutively. For example, if the first file  of multiple volumes ends on page 234, the second file must begin on page 235.  

    Pagination must  also be reflected accurately in Adobe Acrobat’s page counter, even across multiple  files.

    Volume One of Exhibits Volume Two of Exhibits

    To achieve this, start by opening up the second PDF file of your document in Adobe Acrobat. Next,  click View on the menu bar, hover your cursor over Show/Hide, and then select Page Thumbnails.  The thumbnails will appear on the left side of your screen. 

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    EMcClintoc Typewritten Text Should say 304

  • From Thumbnails option menu select Page Labels, select All. Under the Numbering section, change  the Start parameter to match the first page of the file. For example, if the first page of the file is  304, change the Start parameter to 304. Then click OK.   

          Save the file, and then repeat this process for any additional files in your document.   

     

      Before: first page of volume two   

      After: first page of volume two