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Page Range Settings
Page range settings are available in many of the PDF-XChange Editor dialog boxes. Follow the rules detailed below to customize page ranges:
•Use commas to delimiter individual pages.
•Use hyphens to delimiter page ranges.
•Use commas to delimiter page ranges if multiple page ranges are being defined.
•Use a dash before a page number to determine all pages from the beginning of the document to the specified page. For example -7 defines all pages from the beginning of the document to page seven.
•Use a dash after a page number to determine all pages from the specified page to the end of the document. For example 7- defines all pages from page seven to the end of the document.
•Use the caret symbol (^n) to specify the document page that is n pages from the end of the document, or use (^n-^n) to specify a page range from the end of the document. For example, ^2 specifies the second-last page of the document, and ^1-^5 specifies the last five pages of the document.
•Note that when you are specifying a custom page range it is not necessary for the order of pages to be sequential, or for each value in the range to be unique.