How to Merge PDFs Into One PDF
The Portable Document Forma, or PDF, by Adobe Systems Inc., is used to display text, two-dimensional and three-dimensional graphics. If you have created multiple PDF files that need to be displayed in continuous sequence, it is possible to merge them into a single PDF file by using one of several shareware tools available, including PDFCombine, MergePDF, and PDF Split and Merge.
Download and install PDFCombine from CNet.com (see references).
Open PDFCombine. Select the PDF files from the explorer window.
Click the "combine to PDF" option. Select an output folder. Click the start. button. Open the output folder to access the newly combined PDF.
Open the MergePDF website (see references).
Click the "pick files" option to select your PDF files. Click the "open" button.
Select "Merge PDF" and wait for the merging process to complete. Right-click your computer mouse to save the newly combined PDF, using the "save as" option.
PDF Split and Merge
Download and install PDF Split and Merge (see references).
Open PDF Split and Merge. Select "Merge/Extract" from the left-hand column.
Click "Add." Select the PDF files and click "Open."
Click "Browse..." to select an output folder. Select "Run" to being the merging process. Open the output folder after completion to access the new PDF file.