Split a PDF file by keywords and remove blank pages from PDF file

Project description : looking for specific feature within one or more than one existing pdf utilities or custom development:

Blank pages within file(s) using "content splitter" or does this feature exist in another of your utilities?

- Within a single pdf document or "selected" multiple pdf documents, up to unlimited pages, allow as part of a specific "content split rule" the utility to find and "split" at all blank pages for easy isolation or fully automatic removal.

- the above count be stand alone, maybe you have this already, or could be an added feature to "content splitter".

Combining existing pdf utilities into a simply "few clicks" automated solution for multiple pdf files:

- (Remove all blank pages-see above), *merge*, *content split*, (sort on new criteria - text at position), *merge*

Please let me know if these are possible please quote. If you need more information, please don't hesitate to ask.

Thank you!

Thanks for your message, PDF Content Splitter Command Line software has most functions as your request, you may download the trial version of PDF Content Splitter Command Line software from this web page to try,


After you download it, you can run following command lines to split a PDF file by the contents on a fixed position easily,

pdfcs.exe -$ XXXXXXXXXXXXX -mode 0 -x 422 -y 139 test.pdf _out.pdf

pdfcs.exe -$ XXXXXXXXXXXXX -mode 1 -x 422 -y 139 test.pdf _out.pdf

pdfcs.exe -$ XXXXXXXXXXXXX -mode 2 -x 422 -y 139 test.pdf _out.pdf

However, PDF Content Splitter Command Line software hasn't PDF Merging and Remove blank pages functions, if you need these functions, we could add these functions to you in a custom-build version, please feel free to let us know if you are interested in this solution.


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