Saturday, January 11, 2014

How to Merge PDF files using Adobe Acrobat

In one of my earlier post, I explained how you can split a PDF file into multiple files. But what if you want to merge multiple PDF files into one PDF file? You can do this using Adobe Acrobat.

If you do not already have a copy, you need to first download a trial version of Adobe Acrobat XI Pro.

After installation, open up Adobe Acrobat and click on the Combined Files into a Single PDF option from the Create menu.

Combine Files into a Single PDF option in Adobe Acrobat XI Pro
Select the Combine Files into a Single PDF option
Now Click on Add Files... and browse to the folders to select the files or just drag and drop them into the Combine Files window shown below.

Add files to be merged by Adobe Acrobat into a single PDF file
Adding files to be merged into a single PDF file
Once you can see a preview of the files selected as shown below. Click on the Combine Files button on the bottom to complete the merging process.

Combining 3 PDF files into a single PDF file using Adobe Acrobat
Adding 3 files to be combined in Adobe Acrobat

You now have a merged file. However, note that if you are not purchasing Adobe Acrobat, this solution is good as long as your 30-day trial period is still valid.

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