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PDFCONCAT(1)		    General Commands Manual		  PDFCONCAT(1)

NAME
       pdfconcat - program to concatenate several PDF files.

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

DESCRIPTION
       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	 docu-
       ment.  External	libraries  are not required, only ANSI C functions are
       used.  Several features of the output file are taken from the first in-
       put  file only. For example, outlines (also known as hierarchical book-
       marks) 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.

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

SEE ALSO
       imgmerge(1), xpaint(1).

AUTHOR
       pdfconcat was written by	Peter Szabo <pts@fazekas.hu>.

       This manual page	was written by Josue Abarca <jmaslibre@debian.org.gt>,
       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  pub-
       lished by the Free Software Foundation please see /usr/share/common-li-
       censes/GPL-2 for	the full text of the licence.

			       January 22, 2010			  PDFCONCAT(1)

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