Infix can replicate a selection of objects across a range of pages. The objects are placed at the same position on each page in the range, on top of any existing contents. This facility can be used for adding repeating page furniture such as logos, headers, footers and page numbers.

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  1. Select the Object tool (Object tool button) from the tool bar.
  2. Select the object(s) you wish to copy. See Selecting Objects
  3. Choose Edit->Copy Across Pages...
    Infix Clone Across Pages dialogue box
  4. Choose the page range you wish to copy into.
    If you want different objects for even and odd pages, perform the clone operation twice: once with the odd-page objects and restrict the page range to Odd pages only then again with the even-page objects with the page range restricted to Even pages only.
  5. Click Delete existing... if you need to remove any pre-existing objects at the same position as the newly copied objects on each page.
  • Hyperlinks and annotations are excluded from the cloning process.
  • In order to reduce the amount of memory used when cloning across more that 200 pages, Infix will save the document to a new file and then perform the next 200 operations.