On Fri, 5 Apr 2013, David Ronis wrote:
Thanks for the reply. I'm using Linux (Slackware). Unfortunately,
exporting to text is not an option here as the PDF's contain various
drawings that can't be omitted.
what format does this 'single file' have to be in? if it can be itself
a pdf then use pdftk.
pdftk allows you to 'join' multiple pdfs into one.
take the .doc stuff and convert to pdf then put it all together via
the syntax for pdftk is a bit weird (I find it hard to remember) but
at the same time very simple.
From: Jay Lozier <email@example.com>
Subject: Re: [libreoffice-users] Importing PDF problem
Date: Fri, 05 Apr 2013 17:18:42 -0400
On 04/05/2013 04:18 PM, David Ronis wrote:
I'm currently working on a large project that requires me to import many
documents from my colleagues, some in word or PDF formats, into a single
file. Libreoffice doesn't work if I try Insert->File... on a PDF file
(I get an error popup saying Error rereading the file).
I can open the PDF file (in draw) and cut and paste each PDF page into
the document, but that is painful.
Is there a way to make File->Insert work, perhaps via a macro? If not,
consider this a feature request.
What OS are you using?
In some pdf readers you can export the entire file as a plain text file
and this file can be opened in Writer or imported into Calc. I do not
know if this would less or more painful. You would have the entire file
at once but would need to format the text.
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