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PDF Merging API allows you to merge multiple PDF files
into a single PDF file.
//Load two or more existing PDF files
PdfDocument doc1 = new PdfDocument(pdfFileName1);
PdfDocument doc2 = new PdfDocument(pdfFileName1);
//Merge them into a single PDF file
PdfDocument mergedDoc = PdfDocument.Merge(doc1, doc2);
//Now you can do anything with the merged PDF file such
//as modifying, saving, merging, cloning, etc.
'Load two or more existing PDF files
Dim doc1 As New PdfDocument(pdfFileName1)
Dim doc2 As New PdfDocument(pdfFileName2)
'Merge them into a single PDF file
Dim mergedDoc As PdfDocument = PdfDocument.Merge(doc1, doc2)
'Now you can do anything with the merged PDF file such
'as modifying, saving, merging, cloning, etc.
This feature is useful when you need to assembly a final PDF file from multiple
sources. For example, you may wish to generate the main content of the PDF file
from a HTML file, but also need to add a fixed cover page to all the final PDF
files. In this case you can use the HTML to PDF converter to convert the main
content, then use the PDF merger to merge the cover PDF page with the main content
file to produce the final file.
Detailed documentation and sample code about this feature can be found in the
All features are explained in great details in the product documentation. It also
contains complete reference information for each type, property or method;
The download package contains a wide variety of samples with full C# and Visual
Basic.NET source code that demonstrate how to use different feature of the EO.Pdf
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