Combine PDF & Split PDF
Java | C# | .NET Core | nuget | C/C++ | COM | Command Line
3-Heights™ PDF Merge Split is a component for splitting and merging the pages of PDF and PDF/A conform documents with practical additional functions. It can process multiple input and output documents simultaneously. A special feature is the component’s ability to process and create PDF/A-conform files. 3-Heights™ PDF Merge Split is available as shell tool for batch processing with the command line and as API to be integrated with C#, Visual Basic, Java or C/C++.
Combine multiple PDF documents in one, append individual pages to an existing document
Split a PDF into multiple new documents, or extract individual pages
Assemble PDF documents for dedicated processes such as archiving or printing
Thanks to PDF Tools AG’s PDF and PDF/A components, myBica AG was able to realize its client Rottal-Metzg AG’s requirements quickly and simply. With the integration of the components, myBica successfully implemented an ERP application with an audit-conform archiving system.
Comprehensive electronic files make case processing independent from the actual physical location of the documents. The system represents logistical relief for the tax authorities, whilst storage expenses are cut and the provision of information improved thanks to faster file accessibility.
Sort individual documents such as scanned documents, generated reports, correspondence, etc., by customer and reassemble to form a file for each customer.
Packetize and archive forms by date, ensuring that completed form fields in the documents are rendered unchangeable (flattening).
Split and merge large PDF documents converted from print data streams (COLD) so they can be assigned to envelopes.
Single out pages from a number of input documents and re-arrange them in a set of output documents belongs to the daily routine in a document assembly application. At first glance, this seems to be a clear and understandable task. But PDF offers some special features, on which you should keep an eye during assembly.