How to Add a Blank Page to a PDF

By Charles Hall | Technology

Jan 10

Sometimes you may need to add a blank page to a PDF document. For instance, you might desire to add a summary audit memo explaining your use of the information that follows. Once you add a blank page, you can then type your summary on the new page.

Here’s a video demonstration of how to add a bank a page to a PDF document using Adobe Acrobat DC.

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Charles Hall is a practicing CPA and Certified Fraud Examiner. For the last thirty years, he has primarily audited governments, nonprofits, and small businesses.He is the author of The Little Book of Local Government Fraud Prevention and Preparation of Financial Statements & Compilation Engagements. He frequently speaks at continuing education events.Charles is the quality control partner for McNair, McLemore, Middlebrooks & Co. where he provides daily audit and accounting assistance to over 65 CPAs. In addition, he consults with other CPA firms, assisting them with auditing and accounting issues.

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Jim Bennett January 16, 2019

We use Creative Solutions engagement. The built-in pdf editor is very good. If you create a memo by typing onto a blank pdf, you can roll if forward to next year’s engagement, and modify if right in the pdf editor without opening Word or Excel. Saves some time.

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Charles Hall January 16, 2019

Jim, I have never heard of this. Sounds good. We are going to Engagement later this year. I will check this out. Thanks for sharing.

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