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Merging PDF FIles

by gumby4 / June 19, 2007 5:03 AM PDT

IS there any free programs out there that allow you to merge several PDF files into one document???? I did a search in Goggle but didn't find any.

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Never Mind
by gumby4 / June 19, 2007 5:36 AM PDT
In reply to: Merging PDF FIles

Never Mind!!!! I found a freeware program called PDF_reDirect that will do this.

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PDF Merge/Split for .NET
by fchivu / July 10, 2007 7:21 AM PDT
In reply to: Merging PDF FIles

You can build your own PDF merge utility using the PDF Merge and split libraries for .NET from from http://www.dotnet-reporting.com or http://www.winnovative-software.com .
You can use it to merge PDF files, html files, text files and images,
set the page orientation, compression level and page size.

All this can be accomplished with only a few lines of code:

PdfDocumentOptions pdfDocumentOptions = new PdfDocumentOptions();
pdfDocumentOptions.PdfCompressionLevel = PDFCompressionLevel.Normal;
pdfDocumentOptions.PdfPageSize = PdfPageSize.A4; pdfDocumentOptions.PdfPageOrientation = PDFPageOrientation.Portrait;
PDFMerge pdfMerge = new PDFMerge(pdfDocumentOptions);
pdfMerge.AppendPDFFile(pdfFilePath);
pdfMerge.AppendImageFile(imageFilePath);
pdfMerge.AppendTextFile(textFilePath);
pdfMerge.AppendEmptyPage();
pdfMerge.AppendHTMLFile(htmlFilePath);
pdfMerge.SaveMergedPDFToFile(outFile);

You can find the full code sample on the PDF Merge Code Sample page

Regards,
Florin

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you can try this
by burningbon / May 12, 2013 12:44 PM PDT

of course you can't find it because there is merely no free sdks on the internet nowadays. if you haven't found a good tool , you can try this sdk i am currently using which can merge mutiple pdf files into one, good luck . you can follow the steps as follow:

public static void MergePDFDocumentsDemo()
{
string fileName1 = FolderName + "Sample1.pdf";
string fileName2 = FolderName + "Sample2.pdf";
string fileNameMerged = FolderName + "Merged.pdf";

REDocument doc1 = REFile.OpenDocumentFile(fileName1, new PDFDecoder());//use PDFDecoder open one pdf file
REDocument doc2 = REFile.OpenDocumentFile(fileName2, new PDFDecoder());//use PDFDecoder open another pdf file

BaseDocument docMerged = doc1.MergeDocument(doc2);//merge two pdf

REFile.SaveDocumentFile((REDocument)docMerged, fileNameMerged, new PDFEncoder());//save new pdf

}

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