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Combining existing PDF files into a single file is a different task.

If desired, you can choose the “fit picture to frame” checkbox.

This will scale up your images to completely fill the paper size dimensions.

There's many free utilities and web services that allow a user to combine PDFs through the use of their interface. If you have found a way to do that, please share it. Can you post a code example of how you've used VBA to call PDFSam? Could you share a VBA example of that as well if you have one? Hobson, I already wrote some code for Merging 3 files and manually wrote that 3 files would be used as the input for the sub. Does the code that you posted here merges every pdf in the folder? Print pdfsam Str Shell pdfsam Str, vb Normal Focus End Sub Sub Merge PDFs(My Path As String, My Files As String, Optional Dest File As String = "Merged File.pdf") ' ZVI:2013-08-27 If Right(My Path, 1) = "\" Then p = My Path Else p = My Path & "\" a = Split(My Files, ",") Re Dim Part Docs(0 To UBound(a)) ' Save to My Path folder if target folder for merged PDF file was not input.

If you need to accomplish this task through VBA, then I'd suggest you look for 3rd party software that has a command-line interface. I see the following lines of code: As Jerry said, a 3rd party program is needed to merge/combine existing PDF files. 47310-Need-code-to-merge-PDF-files-in-a-folder-using-adobe-acrobat-X ' Reference required: VBE - Tools - References - Acrobat Dim a As Variant, i As Long, n As Long, ni As Long, p As String Dim Acro App As New Acrobat. (ken) If In Str(Dest File, "\") = 0 Then Dest File = p & Dest File On Error Go To exit_ If Len(Dir(Dest File)) Then Kill Dest File For i = 0 To UBound(a) ' Check PDF file presence If Dir(p & Trim(a(i))) = "" Then Msg Box "File not found" & vb Lf & p & a(i), vb Exclamation, "Canceled" Exit For End If ' Open PDF document Set Part Docs(i) = Create Object("Acro Exch. Open p & Trim(a(i)) If i Then ' Merge PDF to Part Docs(0) document ni = Part Docs(i). Insert Pages(n - 1, Part Docs(i), 0, ni, True) Then Msg Box "Cannot insert pages of" & vb Lf & p & a(i), vb Exclamation, "Canceled" End If ' Calc the number of pages in the merged document n = n ni ' Release the memory Part Docs(i).

This means that, in addition to creating a PDF from multiple source files, you can “print” the output of most applications to PDF as well.

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If you need to accomplish this task through VBA, then I'd suggest you look for 3rd party software that has a command-line interface. Release Com End With End Sub Sub Merge PDFs(My Path As String, My Files As String, Optional Dest File As String = "Merged File.pdf") Dim a As Variant, i As Long, n As Long, ni As Long, p As String Dim Acro App As New Acrobat. CAcro PDDoc If Right(My Path, 1) = "\" Then p = My Path Else p = My Path & "\" a = Split(My Files, ",") Re Dim Part Docs(0 To UBound(a)) On Error Go To exit_ If Len(Dir(p & Dest File)) Then Kill p & Dest File For i = 0 To UBound(a) ' Check PDF file presence If Dir(p & Trim(a(i))) = "" Then Msg Box "File not found" & vb Lf & p & a(i), vb Exclamation, "Canceled" Exit For End If ' Open PDF document Set Part Docs(i) = Create Object("Acro Exch. Open p & Trim(a(i)) If i Then ' Merge PDF to Part Docs(0) document ni = Part Docs(i). Insert Pages(n - 1, Part Docs(i), 0, ni, True) Then Msg Box "Cannot insert pages of" & vb Lf & p & a(i), vb Exclamation, "Canceled" End If ' Calc the number of pages in the merged document n = n ni ' Release the memory Part Docs(i).

With that, you might be able to use VBA to call that through the Shell function. I was actually able to solve this question myself, but the one I asked you in the other forum is the one I am struggling with right now. somehow , I want all those opened pdf to get merged together , and if I uncheck a specific checkbox, that linked pdf should be deleted from the merged pdf. Set Profile Setting "Open With Pdf Architect", "false" . Close Set Part Docs(i) = Nothing Else ' Calc the number of pages in Part Docs(0) document n = Part Docs(0).

While our example deals with pictures, the steps demonstrated here will work with any compatible image format, such as scanned documents or slides.

To combine your images into a PDF, first select all images in File Explorer or on your Desktop.

Is there an option on Ghostscript to just copy the pages as they appear on merging without doing any compression?