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Inserting a page using PDFSharp

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I wish to insert a new page at the end of an existing PDF document using PDFSharp and C#. I've created a new pdf document and inserted an image.

My next step is to re-open the exisitng pdf file and add another image to a new page (ie page 2).

How can I do this? Thanks
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Question by:Dave Fyfe
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Its ok I've sorted it...
   inputDocument.InsertPage(1);
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sorted it myself
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