I am putting together a project that includes references to many documents that are pdf files, not text files. These pdf files may contain images, drawings, handwriting, or typewritten text that was scanned.
I want to create a final book that includes these pdf files and reference them from my written text. I know I can’t directly put the pdf files in the binder. I also know that I can convert the pdf files to images, one image from each page, and then insert these images into a document that I can put in the binder. But that is pretty tedious, since I have hundreds of pages in these pdf files.
Is there a simpler way to concatenate all these pdf files into my final document, compiled by Scrivener? If not, does anyone have a suggestion for how to, externally from Scrivener, produce such a final document?
I see other threads where people reply that they have no “new topic” link. It appears that it is only possible for some people to reply and not to post a new question. Is there a criteria in that new members aren’t allowed to ask a question or is it that the link doesn’t appear in some browsers? Is there any actual support for Scrivener, especially after the disastrous 2016 update that finally installed. I know not to allow updates to most programs, but I thought this was a good program with ethical developers. My heart broken yet again.
The New Topic link will only appear if you are logged in and in a specific forum. (That is, not on one of the board index pages.) The Announcements board is closed to posting except for admins, but otherwise there are no restrictions.