Favorite Feature Friday: How Do I Apply a Markup to a Selected Group of Pages?

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The other day, one of our customers asked Joe of our Account Services team if there was a way to apply a markup or markups to specific pages within a document. He already knew that it was possible to do that to every page using the Apply to All Pages feature, but he didn’t need it on all of them. Luckily, the Apply to Selected Pages feature was just what he was looking for.

The trick to using Apply to Selected Pages is to make your selections in the right order. You can’t leave the current page you’re on, or you’ll drop the selection. And you can’t select the markup after selecting the pages, or the page selection will be dropped. I know, it’s a little tricky. But if you follow these steps, you should be golden:

  1. Open the Thumbnails
  2. Select, or create and select, the markup or markups you want to apply.
  3. Hold Ctrl+ or Shift+ and click the desired pages in the Thumbnails
  4. Right-click on the markup and choose Apply to Selected Pages.

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Nice, huh? This is one of those hidden gems that not everyone knows about, which is why I wanted to share it with you. I know…you’re welcome. 🙂

Until next time,

Jenn

One Response to “Favorite Feature Friday: How Do I Apply a Markup to a Selected Group of Pages?”

  1. Mark Thompson Says:

    Trying to provide a link to the table of contents (page 2) in a manual. I’ve created a text box and set the action to ‘Jump to’ the page.

    When I right click it won’t allow me to “Apply to All Pages”

    Any insight?

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