"Combined supported files in Acrobat" as VBA script

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Aug 08, 2017 Aug 08, 2017

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Dear all,

Arcobat Pro has a very nice function as context menu "Combined supported files in Acrobat...". Does anyone have a sample code in VBA that I can use in Excel?

I want to perform the functions variably:

  • Specific files, which should be converted and merged into a single PDF
  • Specify which file comes first, second, or other place in the single PDF file
  • File name as bookmark
  • Optional: Edit Bookmarks from Excel cell data
  • Switch the File size
  • Optional: Switch Title and Author information
  • Optional: Save the single PDF in archiv format (PDF/A)

For an example VBA code I would be very grateful.

Best regards,

/M

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Aug 08, 2017 Aug 08, 2017

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Download the Acrobat SDK which has all the necessary documentation and sample code…

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Aug 08, 2017 Aug 08, 2017

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This is unfortunately not the answer to my request. I looked at the SDK and did not find my request with VBA. Should be included in the SDK my VBA requirement, I ask for the code.

For an example VBA code I would be very grateful.

Best regards,

/M

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Aug 08, 2017 Aug 08, 2017

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The SDK documents all the interfaces available; you have to study it. You will not find examples to copy/paste, it isn't that sort of SDK. Your first requirement is probably the hardest, may be necessary to write a plug-in to do that (in C++). Months of work, certainly.

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