Is Postscript to PDF has an option to select only the portrait pages?

Print problem solved, we did some adjustments in de high –volume printer.
Sorry for the late response, but it takes some time to do this.

Can you advise us in the following Question?
In the postscript file (see attachment) there are 3 different sorts of “paper”

Page 1 dummy page with name, address, etc per costumer
Page 2 to x, letter for customer (printed portrait) with bla, bla, bla and
amount of money they received.
Page x to y, the calculation for the amount of money (printed landscape).

Question? How can I take only page 2 to x out of the postscript and print
them. Where x can be page 3 to x ……. (x = variable)
In other words, Is it possible to print or select only the portrait pages?
Thanks for your message, our Postscript to PDF Command Line Server License
hasn't an option to select only the portrait pages, you can convert all
pages from PS file to PDF file first, then you can use our PDF Split-Merge
or Adobe Acrobat extract portrait pages from converted PDF file to a new PDF
file, we hoping this solution will helpful to you.

Thanks, if we need PDF Split-Merge no problem. Can you give me some
directions how to do this in command line mode.
I downloaded PDF Split_merge, but after one our no results.

Our PDF Split-Merge product can be downloaded from following page,

please refer to command line options from following page,

4.Command Line options

To perform batch conversion or call conversion procedure from an automation script, you can use command line function in the PDF Split-Merge software, You can either run this tool directly from command line or call it from any script as well. The program supports the following command-line

C:\>"C:\Program Files\VeryPDF PDF Split-Merge v3.0\pdfpg.exe"
PDF Split-Merge software v3.0
Copyright (C)2003-2010 Inc
arguments : file1 [file2 ...] destfile
arguments : burst C:\input.pdf C:\output arguments : set KeyName Value
burst       : burst PDF file to PDF files, one page per PDF file
split <int> : split PDF file by every n pages
bookmark    : split PDF file by bookmarks, append page number to
bookmark2   : split PDF file by bookmarks, without page number in
mergeform   : merge two fillable PDF files together
crossmerge  : cross merge two PDF files together with compression
crossmerge2 : cross merge two PDF files together without compression
getpagecount: retrieve page count from PDF file
addbookmark <int> : create bookmark to PDF file
addbookmark 1: use short filename as bookmarks
addbookmark 2: use full filename as bookmarks
addbookmark 3: use short filename without suffix as bookmarks
addbookmark 4: read bookmarks and filenames from txt file
set RetainBookmarks on/off: enable or disable bookmarks
set RetainAcroForms on/off: enable or disable AcroForms
pdfpg.exe C:\A.pdf,1,3 C:\merged.pdf
pdfpg.exe C:\A.pdf,-20,50 C:\merged.pdf
pdfpg.exe C:\A.pdf,1,3- C:\merged.pdf
pdfpg.exe C:\A.pdf,1,2,3 C:\B.pdf,5,2,9 C:\merged.pdf
pdfpg.exe C:\A.pdf,1,1-9 C:\B.pdf,5,2,9 C:\A.pdf,10 C:\merged.pdf
pdfpg.exe C:\A.pdf,even C:\merged.pdf
pdfpg.exe C:\A.pdf,odd C:\merged.pdf
pdfpg.exe C:\A.pdf,reverse C:\merged.pdf
pdfpg.exe C:\filelist.txt C:\merged.pdf
pdfpg.exe delete C:\A.pdf,1,3 C:\out.pdf
pdfpg.exe delete C:\A.pdf,-20,50 C:\out.pdf
pdfpg.exe delete C:\A.pdf,1,3- C:\out.pdf
pdfpg.exe delete C:\A.pdf,1,2,3 C:\out.pdf
pdfpg.exe delete C:\A.pdf,1,1-9 C:\out.pdf
pdfpg.exe delete C:\A.pdf,even C:\out.pdf
pdfpg.exe delete C:\A.pdf,odd C:\out.pdf
pdfpg.exe burst C:\A.pdf C:\split
pdfpg.exe split 2 C:\A.pdf C:\split
pdfpg.exe split 3 C:\A.pdf C:\split
pdfpg.exe bookmark C:\A.pdf C:\split
pdfpg.exe bookmark2 C:\A.pdf C:\
pdfpg.exe bookmark2 C:\A.pdf C:\out\
pdfpg.exe addbookmark 1 C:\A.pdf C:\B.pdf C:\out.pdf
pdfpg.exe addbookmark 2 C:\A.pdf C:\B.pdf C:\out.pdf
pdfpg.exe addbookmark 3 C:\A.pdf C:\B.pdf C:\out.pdf
pdfpg.exe addbookmark 3 C:\filelist.txt C:\out.pdf
pdfpg.exe addbookmark 4 C:\filelist.txt C:\out.pdf
pdfpg.exe mergeform C:\form1.pdf C:\form2.pdf C:\out.pdf
pdfpg.exe crossmerge C:\test1.pdf C:\test2.pdf C:\out.pdf
pdfpg.exe crossmerge2 C:\test1.pdf C:\test2.pdf C:\out.pdf
pdfpg.exe getpagecount C:\A.pdf
pdfpg.exe set RetainBookmarks on
pdfpg.exe set RetainBookmarks off
pdfpg.exe set RetainAcroForms on
pdfpg.exe set RetainAcroForms off
pdfpg.exe set RegCode "XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX"

Thanks but what you wrote I know that already What I want to know how to do this with PDF Split-Merge?
I tried everything but I get no portrait pages in a separate pdf file or delete the landscape pages?

Please let me know if Verypdf has a solution on this else we must look for another product.

You can use PDF Split-Merge to extract a page range to a new PDF file, however, PDF Split-Merge can't detect landscape pages or portrait pages automatically, you need specify landscape pages or portrait pages by manual.

Thanks for your message, the new version of PDF Split-Merge will work like below,

//Extract all landscape pages from C:\test.pdf to C:\out.pdf

Pdfpg.exe landscape C:\test.pdf C:\out.pdf

//Extract all portrait pages from C:\test.pdf to C:\out.pdf

Pdfpg.exe portrait C:\test.pdf C:\out.pdf


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