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    hi,

    Okay so I want to setup two different page setup for one file. For example, when I type publish command, I want to have option of either selecting pdf or selecting actual printer. Is it possible?

    Please help.

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    Sure as long as you are making use of layouts.
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    how would you go about of doing it?

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    Click on the Layout tab and open the Page Setup Manager for starters.
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