Python || Pdf Merge Using PyPdf

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The following is a simple pdf file merger program which utilizes the “pyPdf” library to manipulate pdf files. This program has the ability to merge entire selected pdf files together, and save the selected files into one single new pdf file.


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This program first asks the user to place the pdf file(s) they wish to merge into a specified folder. The default input folder is titled “Files To Merge.” After the input pdf file(s) have been placed into the specified input folder, the program prompts the user to select which file(s) they wish to merge together. As soon as the input pdf file(s) have been selected, the file merging begins, with the files being saved to the output pdf file in the exact same order as specified by the user. As soon as the file merging is complete, the single merged pdf file is saved into an output folder titled “Completed Merged Files.”

The highlighted lines are sections of interest to look out for.

The code is heavily commented, so no further insight is necessary. If you have any questions, feel free to leave a comment below.

Click here to download a Windows executable file demonstrating the above use.

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