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Old 11-29-2014, 10:45 PM
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I have completed a merged catalog successfully, but the only way I seem to be able to view individual pages now is to use the Control G (go to page) - I can't just click through them. It's a nuisance. I can see the pages in print preview, but since I actually want to make some minor changes in some of the pages, such as nudge a picture or delete an unused field, print preview doesn't help. In the past I recall being able to do this. Please help! Sorry, just realized that my Publisher is 2007.



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