I have 25 (small) one-page CDR files that would be easier to store and use as one file.
(Google finds only old and limited discussions on this topic)
Is there any way to combine these separate pages into one CDR file? It still would not be a very large file (large files have been quoted to be a problem in some older posts)
Acrobat has a utility to combine multiple PDF's into one. A similar tool would be helpful in this case.
https://youtube.com/live/2SPqfvJqTM8?feature=share Este pode lhe ajudar!
If your file itself is relatively small, you can import it into one file. Then use the script to align, distribute evenly
Start with 1 file then import the others 1 by one. Could possibly put each on it's on page or, depending on size, just place them next to each other across & down.
I should have been more clear: I want a single step or automated solution for this as in Adobe Acrobat. Suppose I had a 100 files?
I've not had a chance to review the youtube video yet. It is 17 minutes and I don't know if I have the energy for that! And is it in English?
Try this code, please, written specially for You
Before start this code You must.1. Open all source files
2. Open destination file and make it active
3. Start code below
Sub Combine_files_in_one()Dim mdoc As DocumentDim madoc As DocumentSet madoc = ActiveDocumentFor Each mdoc In Application.DocumentsIf mdoc <> madoc Thenmdoc.Pages(1).Shapes.All.Copymadoc.AddPages 1madoc.ActivePage.ActiveLayer.PasteEnd IfNextEnd Sub