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Old 04-17-2009, 03:00 PM   #1
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LXer: An easy way to Spilt or Merge PDF Files in Linux

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I work as the IT guy for a school. We run free software on all our computers. So far majority of our computing needs has been met by free software. ( all of them if we exclude matlab and some freedom hating multimedia codecs.) One area that has been quite shaky is a good tool that can be used for merging different pdf files into one. There is a tool called pdftk but its command-line and while i don't have a problem using it, its hardly the tool i want to recommend for our staffs and students, so when this morning i saw a dent on about a tool called PDF-Shuffler which among other things provide an easy way to merge PDF files i decided to to Investigate.



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