Merge

The Merge section allows to merge existing pages to the current processing document, before the output is created. Merging position is given by cover and last pages concepts, however by customizing the page number it can happen in any position of the current document.

Warning

Merge option is not available for output formats which don’t support multipage output since merging expects to create a multipage, merged, output document.

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You can either specify a cover document and / or a last document to execute a maximum of 2 merges at the beginning or at the end of the output document, or at any location by customizing the page number.

Cover page(s) path
Browse to or enter the cover document to merge filename, or click on the Variables button on the right, to select a variable which will contain the document filename.

At page number
Enter the page number, in the current processing document, at which insert the cover page(s) , or click on the Variables button on the right, to select a variable which will contain the target page number.

Default option is -1 which means at the beginning, treated as cover page(s) of the output document.

Last page(s) path
Browse to or enter the last document to merge filename, or click on the Variables button on the right, to select a variable which will contain the document filename.

At page number
Enter the page number, in the current processing document, at which insert the last page(s) , or click on the Variables button on the right, to select a variable which will contain the target page number.

Default option is -1 which means at the end of the document, treated as last page(s) of the output document.

Warning

Cover document merging applies always first so if you customize the inserting page number for the last document remember to consider also the pages inserted as cover.

Info

Any image extension is allowed to be used as cover / last page(s) documents.

Info

Browse allows to upload the document to merge to the server, this operation stores the document in the local Scanshare data folder.

Warning

For security and privacy reasons the filename is always referring to the Scanshare data folder and not to a full absolute path. Do not insert absolute paths which will generate instead an error.

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