Multiple page document
I found a newspaper obituary column that included my great grandfather. It was a narrow column that extended to a second page. My great grandfather’s obituary was split in the middle by the page break. I tried to upload this obituary, using my iPad, and only the first of the two pages were uploaded = 1/2 of the obituary.
Was the obituary found in a FamilySearch record? If so - refer to the URL/citation and maybe a FamilySearch engineer can get the second page attached.
If you created the image file to upload - you might need to use an image editor to include the second half.0
Most image file formats do not support multi-page documents. Some systems "helpfully" obfuscate this fact in various ways, so that you think that the two (or more) images are all one unit, but in fact, the actually-format-compliant version is two (or more) files that your system has connected. When you go to upload such connected sets, you generally only succeed in uploading the first file, and have to do somersaults and jump through hoops to convince your system to let you at the rest of the files.1
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if you are adventurous, you can try to combine (probably horizontally the two obit pages yourself using a. IPad shortcut. Let me know if you need help. When you have the obit open, get a screen shot of each page and save them to your Photos. You can then access then and combine them with the shortcut.
This article explains how.