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Hide a blank(terms and conditions) master page in adobe

Hi all - I am printing the terms and conditions on backside of each page. I have created 5 master pages to achieve this.

And from Back_Page and Last_Page I have dragged the content area to the dummy page. If I have the content area there in those pages, the content on First_M_Page is overwriting the terms and conditions. Now the terms and conditions are getting printed on the back side of each page. But when the output medium is FAX or EMAIL we are not printing the terms and conditions but there are blank pages showing. Need to remove those terms and conditions pages when its blank. Appreciate all the inputs from you guys. Thanks!

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  • Posted on Dec 08, 2014 at 05:15 PM

    Why don't you just use a small script and pass the value if it is printed or mailed?

    It is just a similar way you would do via smartforms or sapscript...

    IF ( <yourvariable> == "X" ) then

    {

    // hide your page because it is mailed...

    }

    or you do it via different masterpages and pass from your program the one or the other...

    I don't see the problem right now.

    ~Florian

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      Florian - Thanks for your reply. I have tried that option by adding a code in formcalc to hide the page when the flag(will be from the program by device type) is set. So when I have the content area on the Back_Page and Last_Page it will hide that page. but its overwriting the first page content. That's why I removed the content area from those pages. Since there is no content area its not hiding the page by using the code.

      Thanks!

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