Compiling an official document with PDFs etc

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landyvlad
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Mon Aug 28, 2017 2:59 am Post

Everything I have read to date talks about compiling with a novel in mind as the result.

One of my 'projects' is actually a particular type of licence application to be submitted to regulatory authorities.

The application requires supporting evidence.

In my case this includes some third-party reference material, which is in PDF format. (There are no copyright issues relevant here, by the way)

So there are text documents of my own creation, scans of forms filled in and signed by others, and the OPDF documents I refer to.

I'd like to ultimately be able to produce one large PDF document containing all of this material.

Is this possible and if so, how would I go about it?

Thanks.

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Mon Aug 28, 2017 3:07 am Post

Sorry, not possible in Scrivener. You would need to compile the text portions of the draft first, then use a PDF editor to insert the rest.

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Mon Aug 28, 2017 4:31 am Post

Awww, why'd you have to go and tell me that for..... :cry:

Actually the more I think about it, the more difficult I realise that would be.

I guess I'll just have to supply the info as a number of documents, with the existing pdf's separate.

I suppose for the stuff I will be scanning I could just save them as image files and just insert those into a page.

Cheers for the prompt response.