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#1 PA292

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Posted 24 February 2014 - 10:09 AM

Yesterday I was looking over a document that I made that consisted of text selections of PDFs. I was looking at the document and then looking at the folder that contained the PDFs to determine what I had included in my document and what needed selections therefrom added. I thought to myself, boy would it be great if I could just put a little check mark next to those PDFs that I had entered into the document already. My solution was to make a copy of the entire PDF folder and rename the files by putting a 'CHECK' next to the ones that were already in the document.

 

So, is there software out there that allows a user to mark up there operating system in the way that I describe?


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Posted 27 February 2014 - 11:16 AM

What kind of document is it? In Excel, you could just use checkboxes with a yes/no statement and if checked=yes and not checked=no.


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