PDFTOOLBOX merge multiple pdf files into one pdf file

Sir, Misses,

I tried to merge pdf files with pdftoolbox *.pdf -merge -outfile result.pdf, but the pdf toolbox doesn't generate the output file.

If I try pdftoolbox a.pdf b.pdf -merge -outfile result.pdf it works fine, but I need to merge multiple pdf files (more than 100) into 1 pdf file.

Why the *.pdf method is not working?

Sincerely,
Customer
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You can run following command line to merge all PDF files into one PDF file easily,

pdftoolbox.exe sample_in*.pdf -merge -outfile _mergeall_out.pdf

OR

pdftoolbox.exe *.pdf -merge -outfile _mergeall_out.pdf

Please refer to following web page for more information,

http://www.verypdf.com/wordpress/201304/decrypt-pdf-and-merge-it-with-another-pdf-by-pdf-toolbox-36080.html

http://www.verypdf.com/wordpress/201205/how-to-use-verypdf-pdftoolbox-to-merge-pdf-27411.html

You can create a .txt file to include all filenames, and use PDF Split-Merge Command Line software to merge all PDF files from this .txt file into a single output PDF file,

http://www.verypdf.com/wordpress/201401/batch-merge-all-pdf-files-in-a-folder-to-single-output-pdf-file-40239.html

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