Working with programs from the command line is very comfortable if you prefer silent working tools. This way you can also use PDF CombineX, a program that can combine PDF via command line. It is a server version of desktop PDF Combine that is working without GUI - all actions are done in command line mode.
Generally the program supports the following formats:
- HTM, HTML and MHT
- Doc and DocX
- XLS and XLSx
- ODT and ODS
Files of these formats can be combined together into PDF document. The program is not only merges content of sources into one file, it also allows basic formatting and arranging better usability for future PDF files. All these parameters are set in the command that is sent to an app on a web server. You can use features like this:
Create a bookmark for every source file
Create a PDF file for every group of sources that have common name part
Convert files from one subfolder into one PDF (process a few subfolders this way at the same time)
Create contents with specific text styling
Add header and footer, fully styled
Set document properties
All these options are not compulsory. In combine PDF command line mode they are stated in the command, after specifying locations for source files and future PDF result. Due to a variety of combining methods you can efficiently merge all your original files at once.
PDF CombineX supports ActiveX that makes it portable and integrable with any other application or web interface. Being set on a web server, it is available for many users and can work in multi-user mode. You can also use it as a development kit for creating PDF processing programs from scratch.
Get PDF CombineX here to test it for free!