PDF files stitching with cover page and disclaimer pages

Question: The possibility to stitch multiple PDF files as one merged PDF file. We need to stitch multiple PDF financial Report as a single merged PDF file( One PDF report package). The first page of each report is the cover page, then follows by report body, and last one or more pages contain disclaimer info. The table content on the cover page is different for each of the separated Reports before stitching and the disclaimers info is also some difference from each other.  What we want to do is that the merged PDF package after stitching should contains one cover page with a new table content info, such as the page numbers for each section in this stitched PDF report package; and one set of combined disclosures info on the last one or several pages should covered all disclaimer info, no missing and no repeating any of the disclaimer info from the speared reports before stitching. The report bodies themselves should be concatenated together in the between of the cover page and first disclaimer pager after merged PDF package.

Answer: According to your needs, maybe you can have a free trial of this software: VeryPDF PDF Stitcher. This software either can be used as command line version software and GUI version software. It can help you stitch multiple PDF financial Report as a single merged PDF file( One PDF report package).   And if you need to add cover, maybe you can let the cover as the single page as this software allows you to stitch PDF and specify stitching page range. So by this software, you can finish those tasks easily.  In the following part, I will take the command line version for example.

First of all, free download PDF Stitcher

  • There are two versions of this software stated on our website: Mac and Linux. Please download the proper version according to your computer system. Here I will take the Windows command line for example.
  • When downloading finishes, there is an exe file. Please install it then you can find the command line version software.

Secondly, stitch PDF under Windows system by command line.

  • When you use this software, please refer to the usage and examples: pdfstitch [options] <input file> <output file>
  • When you need to stitch PDF, please refer to the following command line templates:
  • pdfstitch -plan "lua" "test.plan" input.pdf _plan.pdf
    pdfstitch -pr 1-5,6,9 input.pdf _pr.pdf
    pdfstitch -even input.pdf _even.pdf
    pdfstitch -odd input.pdf _odd.pdf
    pdfstitch -rt 90 input.pdf _rt.pdf
    pdfstitch -per 2*2 input.pdf _per.pdf
    pdfstitch -addline 0 255 255 input.pdf _addline.pdf
    pdfstitch -order V input.pdf _order.pdf

  • Here are some parameters for your reference:
  • -plan <string> <path>  : Use a plan file instead of other options. <string> refers to the plan file type: "lua" or "legacy".
    <path> refers to the path of the selected plan file.Please do not use other options when used this option.
    -pr <int,int,...> : Select the page range, e.g., 1,3,5-10. Or you can use -even or -odd.
    -even             : Select only the even pages.
    -odd              : Select only the odd pages.
    -rt <int>         : Rotate the input PDF pages. (0, 90, 180, or 270.Default is 0.)
    -per <int*int>    : Set pages per sheet, e.g., 2*4 refers to put 8 pages
    per sheet         : 2 pages a row and 4 pages a column.
    -addline <int,int,int>: Add lines. <int,int,int> refer to the RGB values.

Please check more information of this software on homepage. During the using, if you have any question, please contact us as soon as possible.

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