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I have multiple A4 Pages I created and exported with Photoshop and need them to be in one PDF.

I also need

  • The software to be free (not necessarily as in GNU/Free, I just don't want to pay for it)
  • To insert Hyperlinks
  • The text to remain as real text, not rendered pixels
  • To embed the font I used so it doesn't disappear when looked at on other machines
  • The software to run on Windows 10 So far, I've tried LibreOffice but it just kinda froze when trying to open the PDF.
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Have you tried ghostscript? It handles PDF input and output (and many other formats,) and there is probably a user friendly GUI available for your platform (which you didn't mention which makes recommendations a bit difficult).

I don't know about hyperlinks, though.

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  • Sorry, forgot about that. I'm running windows 10. I'll check out some GUIs, I found GSview so far. Any other you'd recommend? – Tom M Jul 19 at 14:32
  • GSView is probably centered on presentation, I don't know whether it supports file processing. My guess is that your safest bet is to use the command line interface. As this sounds like a one-off task, writing a batch file would probably be overkill. – Hans-Martin Mosner Jul 19 at 17:23
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    Searching on Stack Overflow, I found a reference to PDFsam which might be even more suitable for your case. The mobile SO application doesn't let me copy a link to that question, though, so you need to search yourself. – Hans-Martin Mosner Jul 19 at 17:59

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