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How to add vertical lines to 53 pages in Acrobat Pro

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I have 53 pages in my PDF file and want to add these vertical lines to each page.

Want to add lines like this on all of 53 pages.
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Question by:Alex Campbell
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Joe Winograd, EE MVE 2015&2016 earned 500 total points
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Hi Alex,
Create a file with the vertical lines and then do this:

Tools
Action Wizard
Create New Action
Pages
Add Watermark
Specify Settings
Tick the File radio button and browse to the file with the vertical lines
OK
Save

Then click on the Action in the Action Wizard section to run it. That should do it! Regards, Joe
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