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Archive Services for Microsoft SharePoint

Archive Services for Microsoft SharePoint
Foundation 22.1

If you have appropriate privileges, you can add pages from one image document to another by dragging a thumbnail from one viewer window onto the Pages toolbar of a document in another viewer window.

You cannot add pages to read-only documents, to non-image documents, or to non-revisable documents that have a different file type than the added pages. If you attempt to do so, the system displays a warning indicating why the pages could not be added.

To add pages to an image document:

  1. Retrieve the document to which you want to add pages.
  2. In the document select list, right-click the name of the document containing the page or pages that should be added to the document from the previous step and select Open in New Window.
    The selected document is displayed in a new viewer window.
  3. In the thumbnail pane of the new window, click the page that you want to add to the first document.
  4. Click and hold down the mouse button on the thumbnail for that page.
  5. Drag-and-drop the thumbnail to the thumbnail pane of the first document. When you drop the thumbnail on the thumbnail pane, the page is added in the position where you dropped it. For example, if you drop the thumbnail on top of page 1, the new page becomes page 1, and the old page becomes page 2.