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SharePoint 2010: Add attachment field to Publishing Page Layout

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Hello. I need to add attachment field to Publishing Page Layout.  My custom content type needs to inherit from the "Page" content type because I need to create a Page Layout with Sharepoint Designer. Is that even possible to do?
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Content types based on the "document" content type (this includes "Pages" CT) cannot have attachments. Only CT based on "Item" CT can have attachments. You can use SPD to create a custom form that would include a link to a document library that would serve as the attachment repository, but that's a lot of work.
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by:SARAVANAN KRISHNAN
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Hello,

I need more help on this issue.

How to create attachment field to a custom page layout?

Please can you share a detailed document regarding this as soon as possible.
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