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PDF Merger user Guide
Version 2.0.4, 10 Oct 2002
Copyright 2002, by BobAnderson@Mac.com
This document is the User Guide for PDF Merger.
which combines PDF files from one folder into one PDF file.
PDF Merger works with either Acrobat 4.0 or Acrobat 5.0
(We recommend installing Adobe's free upgrade to 4.0.5 or 5.0.5)
PDF Merger is free. We hope you find it useful.
Please send comments to BobAnderson@Mac.com
- Merges folder of .PDF files in alphabetic order
- Works with Acrobat 4.0.5 and 5.0.5
- Does not work with Acrobat 5.0
- Optional rotation to portrait or landscape view
(See FrameMaker story below.)
- Warns of protected PDF files
- Standard MacOS interface:
command key shortcuts
drag and drop
- Macintosh PowerPC
- Classic MacOS 9.0 or newer. (Not tested with 8.6.)
- Acrobat 4.0.5 or 5.0.5
- Allocate at least 24000K of memory to Acrobat 4.0.5
Allocate at least 32000K of memory to Acrobat 5.0.5
If using PitStop Plugin, allocate at least 64000K.
- Double-click PDF Merger icon to launch application.
- Load folder of PDF files using one of the following methods:
> Drop folder on PDF Merger icon
> Drop folder on PDF Merger window
> Click "Folder..." button
- PDF Merger will then display the list of PDF files
found in the folder and the number of PDF files.
The Merge button becomes active.
- Select Orientation:
> "Don't Change" leaves page orientation untouched
> "Portraint" rotates pages to portrait view.
> "Landscape" rotates pages to landscape view.
- Select Rotation: (Has no effect when no change is selected.)
> "CW" rotates pages clock-wise
> "CCW" rotates pages counter-clock-wise
- Click "Merge" button:
The application will prompt for the name of the merged
PDF file, then launch Acrobat to begin the merge process.
When complete, the merged page count will be displayed
near the top of the PDF Merger window.
- Quit by any of the normal methods.
We have reports that PDF Merger sometimes does not work
Acrobat 5.0. This problem can be avoided by downloading
and installing the free upgrade to 5.0.5 from http://www.adobe.com
This applet was first written to support spot (Pantone)
colors in FrameMaker. Ordinarily, FrameMaker will convert
spot colors to process. However, if you output a Frame
document to EPS files using a Mac, Frame's spot colors
However, there is catch. Frame's EPS files randomly
come out in portrait and landscape view. If you
distill Frame's EPS files into single page PDF files and then
merge with this applet, you can obtain a single PDF
file with Frame's spot color with all the pages rotated
the same way.
Send comments to firstname.lastname@example.org
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