PDF Split And Merge
PDF Combine is one of the tools permitting you to achieve many goals at one swoop. We have generated a series of tools for splitting and merging PDF files and our company has even been nicknamed PDF-split-and-merge group. Our utilities are very user friendly and compact. Even first time users have no difficulties figuring out how they work.
All our programs have robust interfaces, so you can split PDF and merge files into eBooks with pages numbered and tables of content created automatically. PDF Combine allows you to perform the following actions, to name a few:
PDF Combine has command line option, so you can merge PDF files from within any other utility. The program features an easy-to-follow interface and a wizard, which permits you to specify settings.
In order to merge PDF files into a single document, you should run the interface and choose the folder with PDFs in the folder tree. There will be a list of files in the main panel. If you would like to combine a few documents, check them manually. If you wish to include all the files in your document, click Check All. The program will check all the files. Click Combine to PDF. The wizard will help you choose destination folder, where your output file will be placed. You can either leave the default option or specify another folder. Make sure you won't have any difficulties finding your file. Click Start to launch the process.
It does not take expertise to create a multi-page document. The program's interface is laid out in such a way that you always know what to do next. All functions are there. This tool is really worth its value. If you are not sure you can use it, there is a free trial version available for download. It is valid for 30 days, but one day will be more than enough. If you buy the license version, you will receive updates and support regularly.