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4 Responses to Provide Feedback On Debenu PDF Maximus And Go Into Draw To Win Prize

  1. bob boerner says:

    Using PDF file since 1993.
    Interested in your merge feature.
    Last month had to pay a great deal for merging two PDF files.
    I had two PDF files.
    One with 20,000 pages (each 20 pages made a set) and one with 5,000 pages (5 pages made a set)
    Had to merge (sets) made from 1st 10 pages from file one and five pages from file two.
    Creating 25 page sets.


  2. Rowan Hanna says:

    Hi Bob.

    Thanks for leaving a comment. It sounds like if you had to perform this merging of two different massive PDFs then it would have been a very time consuming tasks. Reminds me of a customer I was speaking with last week who told me about the time they had to manually update 15,000 links in a 5,000 page PDF. Not fun!

    So just so that I understand your situation completely, I’ve written out the steps I think you’ve taken.

    1. You have a 20,000 page PDF with consists of 1,000 sets of 20 pages. 1-20, 21-40, etc.
    2. You have a 5,000 page PDF which is similarly structured but with 1,000 sets of 5 pages.
    3. You want to merge these two PDFs together but mix the pages together like this:

    pages 1-20 come from set 1 in 20,000 page PDF
    pages 21-25 come from set 1 in 5,000 page PDF
    pages 26-45 come from set 2 in 20,000 page PDF
    pages 46-50 come from set 2 in 5,000 page PDF
    …and so on

    The end result is a 25,000 page PDF which consists of 1000 sets of 25 pages.

    Is my understanding of your situation correct?

    – Rowan.

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