Attach a Cover Page

A cover page in a PDF document plays a crucial role in enhancing the document's presentation. It is typically the first page of the document and includes essential information such as the document title, author details, logos, and branding elements. This introductory page serves to identify the document, provide a visual appeal, and reinforce branding for businesses and organizations.

In addition to its visual appeal, a cover page helps readers quickly identify the document's content and source, making it easier to navigate through the document. It can also fulfill legal or compliance requirements for certain types of documents, especially in official or legal contexts.

The cover page of a PDF can be rendered separately and then added or merged into the final PDF. Furthermore, applying a cover page to an existing PDF is also possible. To do this, import the PDF and then import or render the cover page. Finally, use the mergePdf method to merge the two PDF documents.