PDF Merger for Mac question. How to extract pages from different PDF files and merge them into one single PDF file?

I am thinking about buying PDF Merger for Mac but I'm not sure it will do what I want.

Basically does PDF Merger have a command line or support a "plan" file?

More specifically, I have a number of PDF files that need to be merged into one new PDF file. The sequence of pages in the new PDF is not linear -- for example, it might be page 1 from file A, the page 1 from file B, then page 2 from A, then page 7 from C, etc. I can describe the whole sequence, but I need to be able to do the same merge multiple times after the source PDF files change. I will go nuts if I have to do the sequence in the GUI and I can't possibly do it without error if I have to re-specify the sequence each time -- it is >200 pages long from about 10 files and complicated. Can I do this with a command line or a "plan" file?

Also, I need to add page numbers at the end. I own Adobe Acrobat so I can use that to do it, but it would be convenient if there was a command line tool. Do any of your products support that?


The Windows version of PDF Split-Merge Command Line software does support this "plan" file, but PDF Merger for Mac hasn't this function yet.

Please download PDF Split-Merge Command Line for Windows from following web page,


after you install it, you can run following command line to merge page ranges from different PDF files into one output PDF file easily,

"C:\Program Files (x86)\VeryPDF PDF Split-Merge v3.0\pdfpg.exe" "D:\A.pdf,1-5" "D:\B.pdf,2-4" "D:\C.pdf,20-30" D:\out.pdf

We hoping PDF Split-Merge Command Line for Windows will solve this problem to you, you may download it to try.


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