XpdfSplice extracts pages from input PDF documents and combines them together into output PDF documents. This process can involve any number of input files and any number of output files - for example, you can:
- split an input PDF file into one output PDF file for each page
- combine several input PDF files into a single large PDF file
- combine just the first page from each PDF file into a single PDF file
The core functionality is based on a single function: take a specified page from an input PDF file and append it to a new, output PDF file. With that single function, any combination of splitting and merging is possible.
XpdfSplice is easy to use:
- Windows: DLL
- Windows: COM component - usable from .NET, Visual Basic, Delphi, etc.
- Mac OS X: shared library
- Linux: shared library
- 32-bit and 64-bit versions available for all platforms
- other platforms: portable C++ source code for the library is available
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