I have a collection of PDFs in which some are Latex generated and some are external PDFs that were created using other software. I want to combine these PDFs to create a master PDF.



\includepdf[pages=-19, \addtotoc={1,-,1,Name,lab}]{A.pdf}
\includepdf[pages=-, \addtotoc={1,-,1,Name,lab}]{B.pdf}


I have tried to use \addtotoc with \includepdf but it requires a Latex recognized section for me to add an index entry. My question is, is it possible to insert index entries to non-latex documents inserted using \includepdf?

Also, is it possible to reference pages inside the inserted document?

  • Are you asking for hyperlinks? Or you want a variant of \index that marks an entry at, say, the third page of B.pdf? Can you add some non-working example to show us the user interface in your mind?
    – Symbol 1
    Dec 6, 2016 at 19:23


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