You can do this, but your asking on wrong forum. Youd much more likely get a good answer on superuser than here. Merging PDF files isn't exactly a magic science.
Tools that would come handy:
- Acrobat DC Pro,as a gui tool for merging pdf files but then you'd have to run it 100 times. Can also be scripted to do this, but the scripting environment is a bit horrible (some info here). I would make a demo but i havent got acrobat DC at home (yeah i arrived took me nearly the whole trip to craft the original message).
- PDF Fill
- PDF-Xchange, has a gui tool for merging pdf files but then you'd have to run it 100 times.
- Scripting language like python with pyPDF
- Batch scripting
# -*- coding: utf-8 -*-
from pyPdf import PdfFileWriter, PdfFileReader
for i in range(1,101):
output = PdfFileWriter()
outputStream = file("output%d.pdf"%i, "wb")
for item in [r"folder1\file%d.pdf"%i,r"folder2\file%d.pdf"%i]:
fp = file(item,'rb')
input = PdfFileReader(fp)
if you have got python but not pyPdf then run
pip install pyPdf or
easy_install pyPdf before running the script.
Sequence Numbersnaming feature, which allows you to change the step value. With it, you could rename the files in the first folder to;
1, 3, 5, 7...and files in the second folder to:
2, 4, 6, 8..., by changing the start number to 2. After that you'd just put the files in the same folder and use the Combine feature + the split feature in acrobat.