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Re: Create single PDF out of several other files

On Wed, 16 Jul 2008 17:30:54 -0300
Eduardo M KALINOWSKI <eduardo@kalinowski.com.br> wrote:

> Dotan Cohen escreveu:
> > I have a user who processes documents from other people. In Windows
> > she would select 20+ documents (all of the same type, usually pdf,
> > gs, or word files) and make a single PDF document out of them. She
> > could then easily take that PDF with her and print it at the job. I
> > believe that she was using Adobe Acrobat for this, but I'm not
> > sure. How can this be accomplished in Debian? We use the KDE
> > desktop, so if there is a KDE-based solution that I don't know
> > about, I'd like to know about it. Thanks in advance.
> >   
> If the files are all PDF, then pdftk can easily join them in another 
> PDF. For Postscript, they can easily be converted to PDF and then
> joined.
> I believe there was a KDE extension that allowed some pdftk
> operations in an "easy" graphical way. But I do not remember in which
> package it was.

Second to pdftk. I use it all the time.


pdftk p1.pdf p2.pdf p3.pdf cat output p_combined.pdf


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