AddPDF is a utility for concatenating several PDF files into one single multipage PDF file, or splitting multipage PDF files into multiple single page PDFs, one per page.
Simply drag PDF files, or other file types which can be automatically converted, into the file list, re-arrange them using drag and drop and then click the "Add" or "Split" button to combine or split them.
Add transparent watermarks to each page with the "Stamp" button and "Alpha" control.
Consult the release notes for all features added in various releases of this product.
AddPDF is part of the Limit Point Software Utilities Bundle which includes all software at http://www.limit-point.com/Utilities.html. A single donation unlocks all the utility software, upgrades are free and new products included.
AddPDF is also available on the Mac App Store.
What is new in this release:
A new option has been added to Preferences named "Convert Files In Place." Select this option to create PDF file auto-conversions of images, RTFD, RTF, plain text, web archives, and mail messages (eml) files in the same folder as the original. Otherwise they will be created in a temporary files folder, to be deleted automatically. This option is ON by default.
The filenames of autoconverted PDF's retain the original image extensions in the filename of the generated PDF (which will have extension "pdf")
A new "spinner" activity monitor is displayed when auto-conversions of image and RTF text files is in progress.
When "Convert Files In Place" is OFF converted files by the same name are replaced, otherwise files by the same name are not replaced, and the existing ODF file is used.
Enhanced the automatic file conversions to include such types as RTFD, RTF, plain text, web archives, mail messages (eml). QuickLook previews of files are created when other conversions are not possible (on Mac OS 10.5 and above.) Automatic file conversion of images was introduced in version 1.0.4.
Extended the file types you can select for the list and stamp, and those that you can drop into the file list, in order to support the enhanced automatic file conversion.
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