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How to merge PDF files for free

How to merge PDF files for free

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I am here with a solution that will help users to merge PDF file easily. I would like to suggest a blog that will tell users how to split or merge PDF file manually. Just go with the blog and get the solution.

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Follow these steps to merge PDF files:

  1. Open Acrobat DC to combine files: Open the Tools tab and select "Combine files."

  2. Add files: Click "Add Files" and select the files you want to include in your PDF. You can merge PDFs or a mix of PDF documents and other files.

  3. Arrange and delete content: Click, drag and drop to reorder files or press "Delete" to remove any content you don't want.

  4. Combine files: When you're finished arranging, click "Combine Files".

  5. Save as a PDF file: Name your file and click the "Save" button. That's it.

The simplest method is to use File > New Document and choose the option to Combine Files into a Single PDF. A file-list box will open. Drag in the files that you want to combine into a single PDF. You can add PDF files, or any combination of text, images, Word, Excel, or PowerPoint documents into the list.

 

I hope this helps!

Enterprise Storage Engineer

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