PDFtk Pro is a friendly GUI tool for working with PDF documents. Use it to easily merge, split, rotate, watermark, stamp or secure your PDFs. This guide shows you how to use its various features.
This pdftk manual documents all of its options and operations. Please consult our tutorials for some friendlier explanations. Pdftk is a command-line program, so you should use your computer terminal or command prompt to try these examples.
These examples show you how to perform common PDF tasks from the command-line using pdftk.
You can use PDFtk Server at no charge under its GPL license.
Commercial users will benefit from our comprehensive commercial support agreement.
To distribute PDFtk Server as part of your own commercial product you will need to purchase our PDFtk Server Redistribution License.
A history of PDFtk features and fixes. It also links to older versions of PDFtk.
This STAMPtk manual documents all of its options and operations. Please consult our tutorials for some friendlier explanations. STAMPtk is a command-line program, so you should use your computer terminal or command prompt to try these examples.
Install PDFtk Server on Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL versions 5 or 6) or CentOS (versions 5 or 6). Download a binary RPM, build from a source RPM, or build from source code.
Learn to use STAMPtk with PDFtk to add headers, footers, watermarks and stamps to PDF documents. These command-line tools are ideal for server-side processing of PDFs.
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For ten years, power users have relied on PDFtk for server-side processing of PDF documents. Our command-line PDFtk has been — and always will be — free (as in freedom) software.
Today we also offer a convenient graphical application: PDFtk Pro. Your purchase of PDFtk Pro will help fund the continued development of our GPL PDFtk.
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