pdfjoin man page
pdfjoin — join together pages from multiple PDF files
- Merge two PDFs:
pdfjoin file1 file2 --outfile output_file
- Save pages 3 to 5 followed by page 1 to a new PDF:
pdfjoin file 3-5,1 --outfile output_file
- Merge subranges from two PDFs:
pdfjoin file1 3-5,1 file2 4-6 --outfile output_file
pdfjoin [OPTION [OPTION] ...] [SRC [PAGESPEC] [SRC [PAGESPEC]] ...]
pdfjoin concatenates the pages of multiple Portable Document Format (PDF) files together into a single file..
If no source PDF file ('SRC') is specified, input (but just one file -- not very useful here! is from /dev/stdin. If 'PAGESPEC' is omitted, all pages are processed.
Source files are processed sequentially into a single output. The '--batch' option of pdfjam(1) cannot be used.
pdfjoin is a simple wrapper for pdfjam, which provides a front end to many of the capabilities of the pdfpages package for pdflatex. A working installation of pdflatex, with the pdfpages package, is required.
pdfjoin is part of the "PDFjam" package of tools, whose homepage is at http://go.warwick.ac.uk/pdfjam .
See http://go.warwick.ac.uk/pdfjam .
For the available options and site/user defaults, see the output of
For further information and some examples see http://go.warwick.ac.uk/pdfjam .
Limitations and Bugs
The pages of the output file will all have the same size and orientation.
pdfjoin does not work with encrypted PDF files, and does not preserve hyperlinks. The output pages are all one size.
Please report bugs! See the website at http://www.warwick.ac.uk/go/pdfjam .
PDFjam is distributed under the GNU public license.
pdfjoin is written and maintained by David Firth as part of the PDFjam package.