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Lets say that I have 10 PDF-Files and I want to merge them in a specific order into a single one. Is there a good tool for achieving that?

Thanks in advance...

Edit: No Webtools

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I use https://github.com/jeromerobert/pdfarranger for merging and slitting PDF files. What I would like to highlight:

  • it is an open source app
  • clean interface
  • portable version
  • written in python

Windows version is here https://github.com/jeromerobert/pdfarranger/releases

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PDFtk is a command-line utility (CLI) for manipulating PDF files.

It's cross-plattform with many GUI extensions.

Also available in Ubuntu repositories. Install via:

sudo apt-get install pdftk

Merging from two PDFs, e.g. pages 2, 5, 6, 9 from first, pages 6, 7, 15, 19 from second:

pdftk A=first.pdf B=second.pdf cat A2 A5 A6 A9 B6 B7 B15 B19 output final.pdf

Watch the video demo by Linux Foundation. See related question on AskUbuntu.

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poppler-utils's pdfunite is a command line tool that works for example on Linux (most likely on Windows, too).

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