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I have two separate pdf files which, when combined, are smaller than A4 paper. Is there a way to create a single page out of them without page break with these two being rendered on the same page? I've tried to use pdfpages, but I only get them on separate pages.

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  • You can use includegraphics instead of includepdf. – Marco Daniel Nov 22 '13 at 8:48
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There are two possibilities.

  1. Using the package graphicx: As long as you compile with pdflatex you can include every external pdf file with \includegraphics.

    \includegraphics{doc1.pdf}
    \includegraphics{doc2.pdf}
    
  2. Using the package pdfpages: The package provides the command \includepdfmerge which can handle multiple pdf files:

    \includepdfmerge[nup=1x2, landscape]{doc1.pdf, doc2.pdf}
    

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