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Save the document. Open that in Acrobat, and verify that it indeed contains the results of concatenating the two source files.

The first statement sets up an object of type Acrobat. CAcroApp — this reflects the whole Acrobat application. The next two lines declare two objects of type Acrobat. CAcroPDDoc — these reflect the two documents that we need to open. A PDDoc on the other hand gets opened in the background. Acrobat still has access to it, and can manipulate it, but the user does not see it. GetPDDoc method. This sounds complicated, but once you get more familiar with how these things are used, it becomes second nature.

Now that our objects are initialized, we can use the methods to do something with the objects. In order to merge files, we need access to both the source files, so we have to call the Open method on both these objects. The key to success is to specify the whole path name, directory and filename.

The method InsertPages requires that we specify after which page to insert the second document. Because we want to insert the pages after the last page of the first document, we need to find out how many pages we have in that document.

The GetNumPages method does return that information. This is also, where it becomes a bit tricky: Acrobat starts to count the pages in a PDF document at zero. So, if we want to insert the pages after the first page in the document, we need to insert after page number zero. If we want to insert after the second page, we need to insert after page number one… Because we want to insert the pages after the last page of the first document, we need to insert the pages after lastPage Again, this is a bit confusing, but after a while it gets easier.

This is where Acrobat does all its work. With these steps, and the information in the API documentation, you should be able to write simple programs. If Part1Document. This was the part of code I was looking for.

I had to change the open statements to openAVDoc statements otherwise excel crashes when trying to open the file. After this, the number of pages is not calculated as the result for numPages is still zero eventhough the doc has This could be why the InsertPages line fails, but I cant seem to get the correct information in order to complete this step.

In addition, can you simply open an excel or word file in acrobat and have the conversion take place at that time? You can use the JavaScript bridge and use the word finder in JavaScript to get access to the text. Hello, thank you for this code very useful.

Do you know how can i do this in VBA? You can add page numbers via the VB2JS bridge by adding a form field or a text box and filling it with the page number. Let me know if you need more detailed instructions. Thank you. It took me all day to find this information. It looks like this will only work if you have full Acrobat.

What happens if I write code and the people using my code only have Acrobat Reader? Adobe Reader supports only a small number of functions. If somebody only has Reader installed, your program will not work, because the functions available to Reader are in a separate type library. This is my first time visiting your blog, and I want to commend you on writing a great article. I hope you write about this more….

If Part1. I appreciate your help to resolve that situation. This has is great, it really fast tracked me into the world of Adobe Acrobat remote controlled by VBA. Many thanks! Rather than insert my focus is to replace some text in the PDF. Any suggestions? This is exactly what I needed to satisfy a request from a customer. Also I would like to highlight certain text from pdf1 in the new merged file.

Thanks, Jaime. Ive been trying to find a way to manipulate the menu system in acrobat to no avail. To get right into it, what I need to do is: 1. Obtain a reference to the menu item 2. Check it if needed. However API is limiting the string value to characters. I have verified that the len of CommentStg is char however only the first are sent to the PDF.

Any Ideas why? I also verified that a custom property value can be greater than chars. So I asume it is something in the API that has a limit. If so is thier a way around it? Wayne, not every menu is exposed via the API. You can use the JavaScript method App. You will then need to map the item you are interested in to the list of items you are getting.

You can check them, but you cannot find out if the are checked or not. Larry, I assume that this is a limit of the API. I assume that we are dealing with Unicode characters, and every character uses two bytes. That would give you those characters. You might be able to go through the JavaScript bridge and use the JavaScript method to get access to the custom property. I have a problem with pdf file which is sometimes text running outside the set margins.

Now, i need to find out these instances in the pages pdf file. I hope this is possible to identify these issues by overlapping all pages of the document to one page so that we will get to know if there are any such instances in the file.

If you are interested in a professional solution, feel free to get in touch with me via email. First of all, thanks for this post. I have written a small app using parts of your example. Strange thing is other elements of the link with Acrobat are working fine, for example part1Document. Any ideas? Thanks for the reply! Turns out the problem was with the number of pages: I had set the first argument of InsertPages to 2 and the Part1Document on the second computer only had 1 page… kind of a silly mistake I guess.

Thanks again for this post and for your help. IThe vbscript example is useful as well by the way! Hi, I used your code and it did what I want, but for two files as I am using your code as a sub and calling it in another sub.. I gave it two input for Part1Document and Part2Document.. My question is what if I wanted to make the input dynamic and add as many pdfs I want to without having to open each one by hard coding it?

Your code was a great help to get me started but my code is extremely slow merging just two files at a time. Is there a way to merge a huge amount of PDF files faster?

I have this vision in my head of a pyramid structure. On the first level, file1 merge with file2, file3 merge with file4, etc. In general, automating Acrobat via VBA is fairly slow. Acrobat is mainly an application that is designed for a user to sit in front of the screen, pushing buttons. For a server like environment e.

Thanks for the quick reply. For other environments, I might use iText. Hi Karl, Could you please advise me my concern? I have a pdf file with secured property without password. Hi, I am very new to the VBA coding, the very first line in your code is giving me an error. Thanks in advance for your help! You need to add a reference to the Acrobat type library to you project. I did describe in my tutorial how to do that.

Can you help me? Mark, you cannot cross interfaces, which means you cannot use API functions from the plug-in interface in the IAC environment. Thanks for the valuable information you publish here on your blog.

I hope you can help me so I can take my next step forward to control adobe files out of my excel application. This code works excelent but the file has to be closed and opened each time.

The following script assumes that there are there files A. Hi I have been very useful code. But with the translator, I will try to ask a question. As he could from access VBA insert in pdf a text box or what you have in memory the clipboard, and always on the first page.

Thank you very much. A greeting. Miguel, if you can access the clipboard contents via VBA, then you can create a text annotation with the that information. Take a look at the Doc. A good JavaScript editor will have advanced features that make code manipulation and navigation easier when you are editing document code. You won’t be using the JavaScript editor with the Console Window, but this group of settings has an interesting effect on it.

The Acrobat editor font and size settings are the same settings used in the Console Window. You can see in Figure 1 that I have chosen to use an external editor.

This selection disables the Acrobat editor and grays out the font and size settings. However, these are still the settings used by the Console Window.

If you want to change them you’ll need to temporarily enable the Acrobat editor to modify the settings, then reselect the external editor. In order for the settings to take affect you’ll need to close and reopen the Console Window. After these preferences have been set Figure 1 , you’re ready to start using the Console Window.

The shortcut key can be a bit tricky on the Macintosh because there are slight differences between the keyboards on laptop and desktop systems. So the keyboard shortcut is not always valid, but the tool button will always work. The tool panels are a new feature introduced in Acrobat X, so displaying the Console in earlier versions is slightly different. The Shortcut key is the same, but instead of a tool button, these earlier versions use a menu item. The Console Window section of the Debugger is in the bottom portion of the dialog, in the area labeled View.

In Figure 3, the View pull-down selection list is set to Console, meaning the Console Window is being shown.

This area is also used to show the Script window for displaying runtime code when the debugger tools are enabled. In the figure, the Console is being shown immediately after Acrobat was started. The status messages are displayed by code built-into Acrobat and loaded on startup. Each line represents a JavaScript module loaded by Acrobat. If there were any problems with these modules, or any others that Acrobat loads, error messages would also be displayed here.

Normally, we’re not interested in these initial messages. So if you would like to try out some of the code presented here as examples, then clear the window by pressing the button that looks like a garbage can in the lower right corner of the window.

Now we have a clean work area and are set up and ready to start using the Console Window. JavaScript code can be executed directly from the Console Window. This ability is a huge time saver since it provides a fast and easy way to test out code before it’s placed into a scripting location where it will be more difficult to debug.

To run the code, make sure the cursor is on the same line as the text. You can place it anywhere on the line as long as nothing is selected. Either of the two following actions will cause Acrobat to run the code. Acrobat always attempts to convert the result of an execution into text so that it can be displayed. Sometimes the result of an operation is not as clean or obvious as a number.

Let’s try something that doesn’t have such a well-defined result. Enter the following line in the Console Window and run it:. This calculation has an obvious mathematical error, but Acrobat JavaScript doesn’t display an error message. Instead, as shown in Figure 5 , it displays the word “Infinity. It is much easier to find this kind of issue by executing individual lines in the Console Window where you can see the results immediately, than it is to debug it from a field-calculation script.

The next line of example code is something that might be used in a real script. It assigns a simple addition to a variable named ‘sum’. As shown in Figure 6, the return value from this line of code is “undefined. The calculation is executed and applied to the declared variable, sum. However, the first and primary operation on the line is the variable declaration, so this is the operation that returns a value to the Console Window.

Unfortunately, variable declarations do not return a value. To overcome this small issue, the Console widow displays “undefined. Anything that doesn’t exist to the JavaScript environment is “undefined. This action executes just the selected text. This technique of selecting parts of the code for execution is also useful for executing multiple lines of code. This is free because we want you to be completely satisfied with the service offered.

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