We build ImagePDF knowledge base for those who need to convert image to PDF for printing or other purpose. But after times and times operation, we feel that it will be a little waste to print image PDF directly. As some times, we do not need to print the image quite clear, we only need to give a vivid impression for our readers. The image page can be printed with other pages. For solving this problem, we searched a suit of software named VeryPDF PDF Stitcher which can help you stitch multiple PDF pages into one PDF page. In the following part, I will show you how to use it.
First, convert image to PDF.
- Download Image to PDF Converter. If you need to know more about it, please visit homepage of Image to PDF Converter.
- As it is a suit of command line software, after downloading, please unzip it then call it from MS Dos Windows. There are many articles about this conversion, like //www.imagepdf.com/blog/compress-image-to-pdf-and-set-pdf-properties/. I will not repeat it here.
- Second, merge many PDF pages into one page.
- After conversion, there are many pages from image file. By software VeryPDF PDF Stitcher, you can stitch multiple PDF pages into one PDF page. Now I will show you how to make it.
- Download PDF Stitcher. It is the GUI version software, after downloading, please install it.
- Once the installation finishes, there will be an icon on the desktop. Double click it then you can launch this software.
- The following snapshot is from the software interface.
Fig. 1. software interface of PDF Stitcher
- Add the PDF files to it by clicking Add button.
- Set output limitations for the PDF file by clicking the Setting menu.
- Set the pages per sheet and the gutter.
- Set the page margin and order for the pages.
If you have finished the setting part, please click the button Start to run the conversion. A few seconds later, the pages will be merged into several pages. In the following, I will show you the merged effect, please have a check. During using, if you have any question of this software, please consult VeryPDF.
Fig. 2. merged PDF file by PDF Stitcher
2 Replies to “How to print image PDF in a more economical way?”
Can you kindly provdie me information that whether it is possible to in-memory covert the HTML into PDF i.e. we don’t have to save the PDF at output path.We want to convert the Receipt html into PDF which user can save it on it’s local machine, but we want that the PDF should not be saved on server machine.Looking for your reply Thanks,Adeel Qamar
Hi, according to your need. Maybe you can have a free trial of this software:
HTML Converter http://www.verypdf.com/app/html-converter/index.html
If you have any question, please contact that company.
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