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Portable Document Format (PDF) page merger

see also : pdfseparate


pdfunite [options] PDF-sourcefile1..PDF-sourcefilen PDF-destfile

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MISC_COMMANDS="apropos inotifywait xclipboard xclip hier watch wmctrl yes pdfimages enscript ps2pdf chm2pdf pdfimages pdftotext pdfunite date xdg-open svn git pv gedit gnupg shuff dialog whiptail tzselect"
#enscript to convert text files to ps
#ps2pdf to convert ps files to pdf
#chm2pdf --book or --continuous to convert chm files
#pdfunite to merge pdf files


pdfunite merges several PDF (Portable Document Format) files in order of their occurence on command line to one PDF result file.
Neither of the PDF-sourcefile1 to PDF-sourcefilen should be encrypted.



Print copyright and version information.


Print usage information. (-help and --help are equivalent.)


pdfunite sample1.pdf sample2.pdf sample.pdf
merges all pages from sample1.pdf and sample2.pdf (in that order) and
creates sample.pdf

see also

pdfseparate ,


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