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How do I save multiple figures to a single PDF?

DJ_10403258
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How do I save multiple figures to a single PDF?

I have multiple 3D figures that I want to save as a single PDF.   How do I do this?  

 

 

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There was also a similar question before - "Saving Figures to single PDF in Creo Illustrate": https://community.ptc.com/t5/Addtl-Creo-Products-View-Sketch/Saving-Figures-to-single-PDF-in-Creo-Illustrate/m-p/802820

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There was also a similar question before - "Saving Figures to single PDF in Creo Illustrate": https://community.ptc.com/t5/Addtl-Creo-Products-View-Sketch/Saving-Figures-to-single-PDF-in-Creo-Illustrate/m-p/802820

TomM
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Just to add a couple of external possibilites, you can:

1. export to a pvz as a set of PDFs, extract them from the archive and then use Adobe Reader, Foxit Reader (paid versions) or similar to merge them.

2. similar to above but instead of using paid versions of those software you can use free version of Visual Studio or other type of Python compiler and write a bit of code using PYpdf2 library to merge them.

Sadly those are the only options.

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