Client sent malformed Host header. PDF is a PDF creator that allows generating PDF files from any Windows application that supports printing. This tutorial shows how to merge PDF files with novaPDF, by adding content before, after, on front of or as a background for how to add additional documents to an existing pdf file existing content of a PDF file.
PDF has the ability to merge PDF files. PDF Professional comes with an additional option to overlay with an existing PDF. The PDF overlay option is often called PDF stitching, and you can think of it as an watermarking with the content of another PDF instead of an image or text. PDF lets you insert content at the beginning of a PDF file, before its existing content.
Example: You are preparing a brochure and you have a Powerpoint publication with 5 slides and a Word document with 3 pages. Instead of sending for printing first the Powerpoint and then the Word document, you can create a PDF file that combines the content. First use novaPDF to create a PDF from the Powerpoint. PDF will insert the content of the Word document in the existing PDF file, creating a single document you can send for printing. Example: Excel has an issue when printing, so if you have multiple excel sheets into one document it will create a separate PDF file for each sheet. PDF’s Append to existing PDF option.
If your excel file has 3 sheets, they will be sent for printing one after the other as separate documents, but since the filename suggestion would be the same it will append each sheet to the previous PDF document. PDF Professional can add the content of an existing PDF file as the background or foreground for content being printed. PDF template to that new page, to match the format of the existing content. When a new document is being printed, novaPDF can insert it before the content of an existing PDF file. There are two ways of doing this, depending on how you have the Save options configured for novaPDF. If the existing PDF is password-protected, you’ll need to enter its password in the field below the option.
If you want to have documents automatically merged and saved to a specific folder, you can create a printing profile. This way, everytime you use that printing profile the PDFs will be saved to that specific folder and if files with the same name exist they will be merged. Select a folder where you want the PDF files to be automatically saved in. The File name macro will automatically use the name of the file being printed as the name of the resulting PDF file. Please note that in order for the content being printed to be merged with an existing PDF file, that PDF file needs to have the same name as the one being printed, and they have to be in the same folder.