PDF Split and Merge tool is implemented using the PdfSharp library and is either GUI or command driven.It is useful for automated document creation.It allows bookmarks from the input pdfs to be imported and flexibly embedded in the destination document. PDF pages can be numbered and annotated with a footer label.
- PDF Merge and Split
- PDF Bookmarks at Multiple Levels
- Pagination and Footer Labelling
- Projects can be save and merged repeatedly (XML format)
- Merging can be driven from a command line for inclusion into other programs
This is NOT under the MIT license. The installation has you agree to the GNU Lesser General Public License v3.
retiraden2001, did you try reading the Readme.doc file that comes with the software? It's very easy to split PDFs. For the easy case: If you have a file called C:\bigpdfwithmanypages.pdf and you want to create a file containing only pages 1-3 of bigpdfwithmanypages.pdf, then you create a text file that contains: C:\bigpdfwithmanypages.pdf ; 1-3 Then, just open the text file in PDFMerge (File/Open ....) , and hit the Merge / Split button. A new PDF will be created with just pages 1-3 from C:\bigpdfwithmanypages.pdf. The new PDF will be named with whatever file name you have entered in the "Save to PDF Filename" field in PDFMerge. Seems pretty straightforward to me.
Bookmark import works very well. Optionally you can copy the file names of the files to be merged into bookmarks. Very useful. Supports drag-and-drop, optionally adding page numbering or foot note and also adding annotations to the file (title, subject, author). Over all an excellent piece of open source software. Room for improvement ? Sure, if it could be made portable that would be fantastic. Thanks for the work !
I have used the Merge function on a couple of ocassions without any problems. Now I want to use the opposite and split a file into several pdfs, however after adding up the file and pressing the green Merge/Split button, the file is not split. I can not find a reference as to what I am not doing right and hope that someone can shed some light. Thanks.