If you discover, after some or all of the copies of the bundle have been sent out, that one or more whole documents have been missed out, see here for how to use Caselines' sub-numbering capability to insert a new document without disturbing existing page numbers. If, however, a document is in the bundle but one of two pages of the document have been missed out, Caselines does not have the ability to add individual pages with sub-numbers within a document so it has to be done as described below.
1. Create a folder named Bundle for Hearing – Late Documents for Bundle.
2. Delete from Caselines the whole document which has missing pages, and insert blank replacement pages, and download page-numbered PDF copies of the blank replacement pages into the folder, as described here.
3. Load the whole complete document (i.e. with all pages) into Caselines and download page-numbered PDF copies of the pages into the folder as described here
5. Check the new index against the previous index to make sure that no existing page numbers have changed. The only change should be to the page number of the document you have reloaded.
6. Print out copies of all the PDFs in the Bundle for Hearing – Late Documents for Bundle folder, hole punch them and insert them as replacements at the appropriate places in your copy of the Bundle, and into any other copies of the Bundle which you have not yet sent out.
7. For those copies of the Bundle which you have already sent out, proceed as follows.
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