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AddPDF (com.limit-point.addpdf) is a Mac OS X software application that has been discovered and submitted by users of iBoostUp.

The latest version that our iBoostUp users have reported seeing on their systems is AddPDF 107. The most popular version of this application used by our users is version 108. AddPDF requires macOS 10.6.6 or later.


Publisher Description:
AddPDF is an app for joining several PDF files into one single multipage PDF file, or splitting multipage PDF files into multiple single page PDFs, one per page.

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Automatic file conversion from images, RTFD, RTF, plain text, web archives, and mail messages (eml) to PDF when added to the file list.

AddPDF is easy to use. Simply drag PDF files, or other file types which can be automatically converted, into the file list, re-arrange them using drag and drop. Then click the "Add" or "Split" button to combine or split them.

Features:

  • Automatic file conversion from images, RTFD, RTF, plain text, web archives, and mail messages (eml) to PDF when added to the file list. QuickLook previews of files are created when other conversions are not possible (on Mac OS 10.5 and above.)

  • Support for "watermarks" with transparency. Use the "Stamp" button to select a PDF or any other convertable file (see above) to use as the watermark, and choose the transparency using the "Alpha" slider. Only the first page is used as the watermark.

  • Multi-page stamp support when adding or splitting PDFs. The program will cycle through the stamps as pages in the multi-page PDF, in the order they appear in the PDF. Note that this enables you to combine two PDFs, overlaying one over the other, page by page, if both the PDF and the stamp PDF have the same length (otherwise there will be repetition.)

  • The file list contains a column that displays a QuickLook thumbnail of the file to help you organize the files placed into the list.

  • PDF "Splitting": A button named "Split PDFs" invokes a procedure which creates multiple single page PDF files for each page of every PDF file in the file list. You will be prompted for a name "prefix" for the generated files which will be appended by bracketed by suffixes of the form "[m, n]" where "m" is the PDF index, and "n" is the page index. Splitting supports stamps so that each single page PDf is stamped by the stamp file.

  • When "stamping" pages by another PDF (which may be a PDF generated from an image automatically by the program) you have the option to scale the PDF so that it fits completely inside each page. Otherwise the stamp is merely centered over the page, which may result in cropping by the page bounds. This option is selected in Preferences and is named "Center Stamp Inside Page Bounds." This option is on by default.

  • When adding or splitting PDFs you have the option of only using the first page of every PDF file in the file list. This option is selected in Preferences and is named "First Page Only." This option is off by default.

  • Multi-page stamp support when adding or splitting PDFs. The program will cycle through the stamps as pages in the multi-page PDF, in the order they appear in the PDF. Note that this enables you to combine two PDFs, overlaying one over the other, page by page, if both the PDF and the stamp PDF have the same length (otherwise there will be repetition.)

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