On 18/01/2012 at 00:20, Sylvia Schmidt <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
thank you for the suggestion but that is one way that doesn't work for
me - because, I have to create a pdf which will be printed by a company
that will also bind the book.
Within the pdf the back pages have to be blanks in order to be printed
I am pretty sure that this should be done at printer-level and not document-
level. Can't you just tell them that they should print it one-sided and leave
right page blank?
Let's consider that you can't. If you are using Linux (and by your User-Agent
I can tell that you do), you can use pdftk (check in your distribution
repository) to insert blank page after each page of your continuously numbered
document. A little scripting may be needed, as well as "empty" PDF, but it
should be very difficult to achieve.
Maybe there are similar tools for Windows as well, I don't know.
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