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       pdfconcat - program to concatenate several PDF files.


       pdfconcat -o outfile.pdf input1.pdf [inputN.pdf ...]


       This manual page documents briefly the pdfconcat command.

       pdfconcat  is a small and fast command-line utility written in ANSI C that can concatenate
       (merge) several PDF files into a long PDF document. External libraries are  not  required,
       only  ANSI  C  functions are used.  Several features of the output file are taken from the
       first input file only. For example, outlines (also known  as  hierarchical  bookmarks)  in
       subsequent  input  files  are  ignored.  pdfconcat  compresses  its  input a little bit by
       removing whitespace and unused file parts.  This program has been tested on  various  huge
       PDFs  downloaded  from  the  Adobe  web  site,  plus an 1200-pages long mathematics manual
       typeset by LaTeX, emitted by pdflatex, dvipdfm and `gs -sDEVICE=pdfwrite', totalling  5981
       pages in a single PDF file.


       -o output.pdf
              Place output in file output.pdf


       imgmerge(1), xpaint(1).


       pdfconcat was written by Peter Szabo <>.

       This  manual  page  was  written by Josue Abarca <>, for the Debian
       project (and may be used by others). Permission is  granted  to  copy,  distribute  and/or
       modify  this  document under the terms of the GNU General Public License, Version 2 or any
       later   version   published   by    the    Free    Software    Foundation    please    see
       /usr/share/common-licenses/GPL-2 for the full text of the licence.

                                         January 22, 2010                            PDFCONCAT(1)