How to Merge PDFs Into One PDF

By Nasim Bey

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.

PDFCombine

Step 1

Download and install PDFCombine from CNet.com (see references).

Step 2

Open PDFCombine. Select the PDF files from the explorer window.

Step 3

Click the "combine to PDF" option. Select an output folder. Click the start. button. Open the output folder to access the newly combined PDF.

MergePDF

Step 1

Open the MergePDF website (see references).

Step 2

Click the "pick files" option to select your PDF files. Click the "open" button.

Step 3

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

Step 1

Download and install PDF Split and Merge (see references).

Step 2

Open PDF Split and Merge. Select "Merge/Extract" from the left-hand column.

Step 3

Click "Add." Select the PDF files and click "Open."

Step 4

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.