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Old 03-31-2015, 07:18 PM
Richard.p Richard.p is offline Printing selected pages based on a MERGEFIELD.g. If MERGEFIELD=x then print pages 1,2,4 if MERGEFIEL Windows 7 64bit Printing selected pages based on a MERGEFIELD.g. If MERGEFIELD=x then print pages 1,2,4 if MERGEFIEL Office 2007
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I am compressing 30 documents into a json file.


When i want to print it, I want to be able to select only those pages that refer to a specific mergefield from the json file.

There are 5 mergefield descriptors

In the document Pages 1 and 2 are the same, but page 3 will change depending on a mergefield ( 1-5)
The document is 7 pages long, but I want to print
1,2,3-
1,2,4-
1,2,5-
1,2,6-
1,2,7

Any ideas out there and thanks for reading..
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Old 04-15-2015, 11:52 PM
Richard.p Richard.p is offline Printing selected pages based on a MERGEFIELD.g. If MERGEFIELD=x then print pages 1,2,4 if MERGEFIEL Windows 7 64bit Printing selected pages based on a MERGEFIELD.g. If MERGEFIELD=x then print pages 1,2,4 if MERGEFIEL Office 2007
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It is a word document, so so I embed an xml file to accomplish this task?
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Old 04-16-2015, 05:08 AM
Charles Kenyon Charles Kenyon is offline Printing selected pages based on a MERGEFIELD.g. If MERGEFIELD=x then print pages 1,2,4 if MERGEFIEL Windows 8 Printing selected pages based on a MERGEFIELD.g. If MERGEFIELD=x then print pages 1,2,4 if MERGEFIEL Office 2013
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I know of no simple way to do this. You could, though, display (and print) only certain text depending on the content of a mergefield. This is done through an IF Field. Your conditional text could include page break(s).
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Old 04-21-2015, 01:14 AM
Richard.p Richard.p is offline Printing selected pages based on a MERGEFIELD.g. If MERGEFIELD=x then print pages 1,2,4 if MERGEFIEL Windows 7 64bit Printing selected pages based on a MERGEFIELD.g. If MERGEFIELD=x then print pages 1,2,4 if MERGEFIEL Office 2007
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Don't know if I am allowed to look for someone to do this ( paid work) for me on this forum? if not, please delete the post
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