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Topic: Merging PDF files
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 54695
From: kdeabrew
Date: 5/29/2002 05:07 PM

Hi Frank,

> Does anyone know of a utility that takes 2 PDF files and
> combines them into one?

Sure - AppendPDF from Digital Applications - http://www.digapp.com/ is a
multithreaded command line program to do this or our very own ARTS Split and
Merge Wizard. It's in beta at the moment, but if you let me know I'll send
you the beta. This uses a Wizard like interface and is a tool for end users.

You can also do with ARTS PDF Workshop - see
http://www.pdfstore.com/mainpage.asp?webpageid=216&pdfsproductid=1003.
Again, a tool for end users.

And finally - see our Code Cuts site for VB code to do this -
http://www.codecuts.com/mainpage.asp?WebPageID=47

regards,

Karl De Abrew
karl@PlanetPDF.com
http://www.PlanetPDF.com/

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