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    Multiple documents into 1 .pdf

    Hello,

    Doeas anybody know a quick way of combining multiple documents (in .xml format) into a single .pdf file?

    Thanks,

    Ben

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    If you don't mind the extra step of merging them all in Word, Merging multiple word (.xml) documents [SOLVED]

    All you'd need then is any virtual PDF printer installed (doPDF etc)

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    Quote Originally Posted by OutToLunch View Post
    If you don't mind the extra step of merging them all in Word, Merging multiple word (.xml) documents [SOLVED]

    All you'd need then is any virtual PDF printer installed (doPDF etc)
    I wondered if there might be a friendly little app for such a task, but I don't mind the extra step.

    I did see that solution but wanted to avoid asking the following stupid question:

    Do I just create a new macro in VBA with that code, point the directory reference to my directory full of files and then run the macro?

    Thanks,

    Ben

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