Consolidating multiple pdf files into one
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Use this method to consolidate data from a series of worksheets that have different layouts but have the same data labels.Next, in the Reference box, click the Collapse Dialog button to select the data in the worksheet.
and save the pdf in another place., Thanks Customer-------------------------------------------------- You can merge all TIFF files into one PDF file, you can convert each TIFF file to one PDF file, these two methods are all supported by Image to PDF Converter Command Line software.Is there a Best Practices guide to consolidate these multiple files into one or at most a few files using multiple Table Occurrences?We have few subfolders contain multi tiff images and we are looking for a tool to consolidate / convert the tiff into pdf in batch mode, ** just want to know if you have any tool in doing this.This master worksheet might also contain sales totals and averages, current inventory levels, and highest selling products for the entire enterprise.Tip: If you frequently consolidate data, it might help to base your worksheets on a worksheet template that uses a consistent layout. When they are converted and I open the pdf file, the jpg's are renamed 1,2,3,4 etc.... This works in Firefox because the names of the jpg files reflect the names of the albums. I would use the default picture viewer in linux and either the default picture viewer (for local pictures) in Windows, or if you are not happy with it, Irfanview (a free windows program).
Is there a way to rename them or retain the original names of the jpg files? When I get to the studio I find the only way I can view these files is to open them seperately in Firefox. I need to know what the jpg files refer to, so for example if I am playing something from an LP called Singers, I need to have the jpg file say Singers so I know what I am looking for. Now it is only 13 jpeg files, which is few enough to manage manually. When they are converted and I open the pdf file, the jpg's are renamed 1,2,3,4 etc.... You can do it manually, or you could let convert write the file names into the images before they are put into the pdf file. When I digitized some of my LP's, I also scanned in the notes on th back of the album jackets and saved them as seperate jpg files. I have to find a way where I can open only one document and have the jpg's or notes there. So if you could use a linux system at the radio station, I would have suggested Digi Kam or Shotwell to manage and view your jpeg files if there were hundreds or thousands of them. You can use 'Annotating Images' in Image Magick (and for example store the images temporarily with a fixed frame size) and then merge them into a pdf file. Here is further clarification: I host a weekly radio show. There are several photo organizers in the linux world.I would regard it as a slide-show, and create it with pictures and text using Libre Office Impress (and save it in the open document format). A simple script can generate a html file with the images and the filenames as captions.Then I would export it to a pdf file, that you can bring to the radio station. Keep the html file and the images in one directory on a usb stick and you can open it in a web browser.For me, I think if the files were in a pdf files and the images labelled properly, I would be OK.