HEREâs ONE WAYâŠ We routinely install on every PC a âFREEWareâ product we like called PDF reDirect (there are several other completing tools too) that allows you to select it as a printer from any application that can print, and then starts-up the PDF reDirect software to create a PDF with a name you prefer and a location you navigate to. Features of PDF reDirect that are relevant to your ââŠjoin PDFs into one PDFâŠâ question include the ability to merge selected PDFs together into a larger PDF file. Hereâs a snap-shot sample of how it works. Open PDF reDirect and navigate to the PDFâs to be combined one-by-one (See âAâ, âBâ, and âCâ below) Click the Plus (e.g. add button) to add each PDF in order. (See âDâ) When all the PDFs to be merged are present give the new merged PDF a name (See âEâ) Press the [Save] button (See âFâ) Another feature if interest is the ability to be viewing a PDF inside a viewer like âExtract Pdf Pages Reader DCâ and then choosing to print only selected pages that themselves become a PDF.
Try to find them on Package or download and check. I am pretty sure that is an issue with the output. I am a lazy coder and I will not read that article right now. That thing is a hell! OK. Here you go. This is how I split PDF using Apache Box command line tool. I'll skip most of the code if you have no idea what is. First, I'm writing the command line tool. This will allow you to run it in a text file. You will have to download it or add it to source code. It creates a new folder and makes a directory structure for you. That way you will have an example command for running it at a second time in a text box. It adds an input and an output folder. Output folder should contain the PDF documents and input folder should contain files to read your documents with Apache.