Yes, do it multiple times. Let's say you have 20 documents. Then merge for instance the first five and use the result as the first for the next five. So in short, create a temp file for the first five, create a temp file for the next and in the end merge the temp files. With some logic in the microflow you can make sure you never reach the 10 limit.
MergeMultiplePdfs_MaxAtOnce constant can be increased to allow combining more than 10 files
Yeah, the problem is, I don’t know the number of records in advance so need to tell the loop to loop itself repeatedly a dynamic number of times to get me to a final consolidated document (which is what I want in the end) … I know this is possible but seems a little clunky and error prone for me to code … Thanks for the tip though