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This example shows the use of the Contiguous (..) and Noncontiguous (,) page set position wild cards to assign one page to both a contiguous and noncontiguous range of page set positions in all page sets.

The input files, refined pages, and desired page assignments are:

Input file

4x10Page.ps

Refined pages

4x10Page.p1.pdf

Desired page assignments

4x10Page.p1.pdf to all page sets, position 5, layer 1 
4x10Page.p1.pdf to all page sets, position 6, layer 1 
4x10Page.p1.pdf to all page sets, position 7, layer 1 
4x10Page.p1.pdf to all page sets, position 8, layer 1 
4x10Page.p1.pdf to all page sets, position 9, layer 1 
4x10Page.p1.pdf to all page sets, position 10, layer 1 
4x10Page.p1.pdf to all page sets, position 17, layer 1 
4x10Page.p1.pdf to all page sets, position 21, layer 1 
4x10Page.p1.pdf to all page sets, position 27, layer 1 
4x10Page.p1.pdf to all page sets, position 30, layer 1 
4x10Page.p1.pdf to all page sets, position 31, layer 1 
4x10Page.p1.pdf to all page sets, position 32, layer 1

In the Page Assignments view, the instructions are:

Refined file name

Page set name/prefix

Position

Layer

4x10Page.p1.pdf

5..10,17,21,27,30..32

1

In the Raw APA File view, the instructions are:
!APA 1.0
ASSIGN= "4x10Page.p1.pdf" "*" 5..10,17,21,27,30..32 1

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