Create a single pdf from multiple text, images or pdf files


Try LaTeX with pdflatex.

I had never used it before but it took me about 10 minutes to start making .PDFs with it and about 40 minutes to get them customized exactly as I wanted. I included the best formatting guides I found, at the end.

sudo apt-get install pdflatex && sudo apt-get install texlive

Basically you create one .tex file - for example hello.tex - with the LaTeX language, then run pdflatex hello.tex on that file and it will generate the PDF. The basics of the language can be found here:

Here is a barebones example .tex file:

\documentclass[a4paper,10pt]{article} \begin{document} {\footnotesize YOUR TEXT HERE YOUR TEXT HERE } \end{document}

Optional extra formatting:

To add images:

For different font sizes:,_families,_and_styles

For different fonts:...

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Last Updated July 20, 2015 18:01 PM

I have a bunch of text files, images and pdf files which I want to convert into a single pdf file. How do I do it?

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Install Master PDF editor. The tool offers creating, merging and extracting PDF files. Check here for details about master PDF editor and installing it on Ubuntu

June 04, 2013 10:03 AM

Install pdftk

sudo apt-get install pdftk


If PDF is electronic paper, then pdftk is an electronic staple-remover, hole-punch, binder, secret-decoder-ring, and X-Ray-glasses. Pdftk is a simple tool for doing everyday things with PDF documents.

You can create pdf files from text or images with Libre Office then to stitch these togeter with other pdf files

pdftk 1.pdf 2.pdf 3.pdf cat output 123.pdf

It can also

and a lot more besides

More details here: Ubuntu...

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What is the best program to use to Create one PDf from multiple images and pdfs?


You can use

A-PDF Merger


free download here

) to

Create one PDf from multiple images and pdfs

with only 2 steps:

Click the "Add" icon to add multiple images and pdfs Click the "Merge" icon to Create one PDf from multiple images and pdfs.

Refer to: this web tutorial will give you an overview of the product and understanding of how easy to use it!

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Thanks, I have used table to create 6 images on one page in pdf.

Public Function CreatePDF(images As System.Collections.Generic.List(Of Byte())) As String Dim PDFGeneratePath = Server.MapPath("../images/pdfimages/") Dim FileName = "attachmentpdf-" & DateTime.Now.Ticks & ".pdf" If images.Count >= 1 Then Dim document As New Document(PageSize.LETTER) Try ' Create pdfimages directory in images folder. If (Not Directory.Exists(PDFGeneratePath)) Then Directory.CreateDirectory(PDFGeneratePath) End If ' we create a writer that listens to the document ' and directs a PDF-stream to a file PdfWriter.GetInstance(document, New FileStream(PDFGeneratePath & FileName, FileMode.Create)) ' opens up the document document.Open() ' Add metadata to the document. This information is visible when viewing the ' Set images in table Dim imageTable As New PdfPTable(2) ...
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PDF is a very powerful and useful tool in the computer world. It is very user friendly and free to read files. Every user does have Adobe Reader (pdf) installed on their PC’s for sure.

Have you got into the trouble where you need to send so many pictures/images/photos to your relatives or friends or maybe for office use? It is very unfair to attach files one by one to your email. In this kind of case, you may convert all different images or photos and create single PDF file then, attach only one file to your email. In one word I can say, you can combine several images in a single PDF file easily.

Easy to merge multiple images into a single PDF. In Windows 10 PC, you do not need any additional software. You can use Windows 10 built-in Microsoft Print to PDF feature.

This post will tell you a step-by-step guide to combine so many images to a single PDF file. Follow the steps given below:

Step 1. Open the folder where you have stored all of your...

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Yesterday I released a small project I was working on to merge multiple image files into a single, multi-page PDF (one image per page). It wasn’t too difficult, yet I had to deal with the following issues:

Some nasty GDI+ issues when dealing with multi-page TIFF files (read this post for further details on that).Some nasty GDI+ issues when trying to resize/resample each image to make it fit to the container PDF page size.

Yeah, you can easily guess I really don’t like GDI+. Luckily enough, I found a great open-source alternative to deal with these issues: I’m talking about the iTextSharp library, freely available through NuGet or SourceForge, which can flawlessly do these kind of tasks.

Using it proved to be really simple; here’s what I did to fullfill my specific scenario (WARNING! big amount of source code incoming):

The code is pretty much self-explanatory: however, it might be useful for you to also read this post to better understand the meaning of the...

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Adobe Acrobat is a powerful tool for creating, editing, and viewing PDFs, but it’s also incredibly expensive. If you just want to merge multiple images into a single PDF in Windows 10, you don’t need any additional software. Here’s how to quickly create a PDF from one or more files in Windows 10 using the built-in Microsoft Print to PDF feature.

For our example, we have three JPEG images which we would like to combine into a single PDF. While our example deals with pictures, the steps demonstrated here will work with any compatible image format, such as scanned documents or slides.

To combine your images into a PDF, first select all images in File Explorer or on your Desktop. Next, right-click on one of the selected images and click Print.

The Print Pictures window will appear. From the Printer drop-down menu in the upper-left, select Microsoft Print to PDF. Next, choose your desired “paper size” and layout. Note that “paper size” references the...

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If you have multiple PDF files that you want to combine into a single PDF file, you can rely on the Macs bundled Preview app to accomplish this. Not only can Preview combine a variety of single or multi-page PDF docs into a single file, you can even add images as pages, remove a page from an existing file if it’s unnecessary to have in the joined doc, or rearrange the pages of the joined files to be reordered according to your needs. The end result will be a single merged PDF document that contains every page and input file that you need.

Some apps make this task overly complicated, but Preview makes combining the highly portable and multi-platform pdf files incredibly simple, offering drag & drop ease. Perhaps best of all, you certainly don’t need to pay big extra bucks for a fancy PDF editor application when the Mac has the tools directly within OS X. That’s what we’re covering here, with a step by step guide showing you how to quickly join a variety of these...

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The need to convert Word to PDF arises for a variety of reasons. Word doc may look messy after transferring from one PC to another. But PDF is self-contained and renders the same way on any devices. To produce a high-quality print job, PDF is a better choice than Word. What PDF looks on screen is what you’ll get on a physical copy. PDF offers password protection on confidential data whereas Word does not. If you have dozens of Word files, you may want to convert them to single PDF for easy management. This article will present two handy tools to achieve this desired result. With their help, you can turn each Word doc into PDF first and then merge all created PDFs.

Two steps to convert multiple Word documents to single PDF.

Step 1. Create PDFs from Word files using PDF Forte.

PDF Forte is an all-in-one PDF creator for Windows 7/8/10. It’s capable of creating PDFs from MS Word, MS Excel, MS PPT, images, PSD and DWG. It is also able to take Word...

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Actually i have multiple rtf files.I want to create single PDF from this multiple file.actually i am trying this but only single rtf file convert into pdf using SpireDoc.

this is code for pdf from single PDF.....

private void button1_Click(object sender, EventArgs e) { Document document = new Document(); Section section = document.AddSection(); document.LoadFromFile("KPI000006.rtf", FileFormat.Rtf); document.Sections[0].Paragraphs[3].AppendBreak(BreakType.PageBreak); document.LoadFromFile("KPI000007.rtf", FileFormat.Rtf); document.SaveToFile("New.pdf", FileFormat.PDF); FileViewer("New.pdf"); } private void FileViewer(string fileName) { try { System.Diagnostics.Process.Start(fileName); } catch { } }

so please give me code for PDF file from multiple rtf...

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This article shows how to convert a multi-page PDF file into multiple image files, with one image file created for each page of the PDF. It does this by utilizing an excellent, free software package called GraphicsMagick. The solution is amazingly simple — a single line of code!

In three previous articles here at Experts Exchange, I discussed the excellent (




package. The first article,

Reduce the file size of many JPG files in many folders via an automated, mass, batch compression method

, explains how to download and install GraphicsMagick, which is required for the solution presented in this new, fourth article utilizing GraphicsMagick. So if you don't already have GraphicsMagick installed, please read that article.

The second article in the series, Create a PDF file with Contact Sheets (montage of thumbnails) for all JPG files in a folder and each of its subfolders using an automated, batch...

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This article demonstrates how to use the iTextSharp PDF Library to convert multiple text files into a single combined PDF file and also convert to individual PDF files with the same GUI.


About the classes used:

The StreamReader class provides read access using a Stream such as for a Text File. The Document class allows creation of a new PDF File. The PdfWriter class provides instantaneous access to write a PDF document from an object of the Document class.

Namespaces Required:

System.IO, iTextSharp, iTextSharp.text, iTextSharp.text.pdf, iTextSharp.text.pdf.draw

Controls Used:

TextBox Control (txtOutput) Button Control (btnSelect, btnCreatePDF, btnClear) ListBox Control (lbInputs) RadioButton Control (rbCombined, rbIndividual)

Here I implemented the code for converting multiple Text Documents into a single combined PDF and into individual PDFs using the iTextSharp Tool.

The Code

1. Variable Declaration


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Automatic insertion of embedded links
Hierarchical Bookmarks
Support for Digital Signatures
Support for Triple DES encryption
Append Delete and Reorder PDF Pages
Batch Print from Microsoft Office
Asian and Cyrillic fonts
Support for PDFA and PDFX
Integration with Microsoft Word toolbar
PDF Stationery
Combining multiple PDF's into a single PDF
Burst/Split PDFs
Sticky Note Annotations
Three auto-name options to bypass Save As dialog
Imposition of Draft/Confidential stamps
Support for large format architectural printing
Convert PDF to JPEG, TIFF, BMP, PCX formats
Convert PDF to HTML and Word DOC conversion
Convert PDF to text
Automatic Table of Contents generation
Support for Fast User Switching and multiple user sessions
Standard PDF Encryption (restricted printing, modifying, copying text and images)
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