If you want to mergedocuments for getting a single merged PDF document, you can use the command line application Metafile to PDF Converter Command Line to help you. This command line application is able to convert metafile to PDF document and print the output PDF document at a high resolution.
For smoothly using Metafile to PDF Converter Command Line, you can download a free trial version of it at http://www.verypdf.com/tif2pdf/image2pdf_emf2pdf_cmd.zip and unpack the ZIP file to some location of your computer. The executable file emf2pdf.exe in the package will be the called program in the conversion.
Metafile to PDF Converter Command Line is mainly designed for server and software developer. If you want to run the command line application on a server, you should purchase the server license. If you need to develop you own applications basing on Metafile to PDF Converter Command Line, please buy the developer license.
In the conversion process, only three steps are enough. Please see the following contents which are the specific steps for merging.
1. You need to open MS-DOS interface at first for Metafile to PDF Converter Command Line is a MS-DOS oriented application. Please click “Start”—“Run” to open “Run” dialog box in which you can input “cmd” or “CMD” in “Open” combo box and then please click “OK” button. You can also use the hot key “Window”+ “R” to open “Run” dialog box.
2. In opened MS-DOS prompt window, you need to input the command line into it. The command line is a combination of called program, parameter for merging wmf to pdf, source file and target file like the following one. When you write the real command line into the prompt window, you should use the path of each file in the command line.
emf2pdf.exe -append 1 D:\*.wmf D:\file.pdf
For your better understanding the command line template, please see the following example.
"C:\Program Files\image2pdf_emf2pdf_cmd3.2\emf2pdf.exe" -append 1 "D:\My Documents\*.wmf" "D:\My Documents\new file.pdf"
"C:\Program Files\image2pdf_emf2pdf_cmd3.2\emf2pdf.exe" is the path of emf2pdf.exe.
-append 1 inserts new instantly created PDF document before first page if PDF file exists.
"D:\My Documents\*.wmf" is the path of source file, which means all the WMF files in the same location.
"D:\My Documents\new file.pdf" is the path of target file.
3. Please click “Enter” button to merging wmf to pdf and you need to wait for a short while because the application will convert wmf to pdf one by one and then merge the new created PDF document to a single one.
You can access the homepage of the application by clicking the URL: http://www.verypdf.com/app/metafile-to-pdf-converter/index.html.