This page shows the capabilities of PdfClerk by presenting example files created by PdfClerk, together with the source files and the configuration files.
Note that you have to unzip the .zip archives in order for the links between PDF files to work.
Merge several documents into a binder. Add features like table of contents, header and footers, and bookmarks.
Simple binder with the name of the files (without the extension) as bookmarks for navigation.
Binder with a table of contents, bookmarks and page numbers, document name and file name as stamps. To enable double-sided printing, each document starts on an even page.
Example showing how PdfClerk can use a folder structure with documents to organisee a document bundle. The folder names are stamped on each page.
Example using colored separation sheets with a heading in front of each document. Exhibit numbers are stamped on each document (but not on the separation sheet).
Example showing how documents can be added to the binder as attachments instead of being merged. Exhibits are read using the Include Exhibits in Subfolder(s) function and th exhibits numbers are read and parsed using the Exhibit Filename Metadata Extraction function.
Here are some example files to demonstrate how to use PdfClerk to bundle, link and present Norwegian civil litigation documents.
Bundle a pleading with its exhibits and transforms references to pleadings into links using the autolink feature. Exhibits are stamped using the “Rounded rect” stamp & exhibits are numbers read from the filename of the exhibit.
Bundle and link all submissions in a case into separate bundles for each submission. This configuration does, at the same time, produce individual linked files.
Merge the binders from the previous example into one joint bundle.
Documents bundled together with textual references in the first document in the documents list automatically converted into links using the autolink feature.
Create a clickable table of contents to multiple files using data provided in an Excel sheet using the function Create Index.