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merge multiple documents (Eg: Tiff, DOC, PDF) in to a single TIFF file

 
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Hi All,

I have a requirement in which I have to merge multiple documents (Eg: Tiff, DOC, PDF) in to a single TIFF file. Any idea how do I do this merging using java (suggest APIs, jars, framework to be used)

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Nancy
 
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The only (free) option that comes to mind is the OpenOffice API; it may allow you to assemble multiple documents into a single one. Not sure if it can export to multi-page TIFFs, though. The JODConverter project -which uses the OO API underneath for document conversion purposes- may be worth a look as well.
 
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