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How to Merge Multiple PDF Files to a Single One

Are you looking for an easy way to merge PDF files online? You’ve come to the right place. It is very common that we create multiple PDF files for work or maybe to study, and then we need to send all those files separately, which ends up being annoying for you and the recipient alike. Or perhaps you want to merge a few images along with the PDF files to send out.

With Combine PDF you can merge up to 20 files and easily create one single PDF file that will contain all the information. It doesn’t need installation nor registration on the website to use it, and it is also good to know that it won’t leave a watermark on your files. It does what you want it to do. Convert and merge files online quickly and without any problems.

Also, unlike other file converters, Combine PDF is multilingual, at the top right of the page you will find a drop-down menu that contains 15 languages to choose from.

Start combining your files

This free online tool is quite simple to use. You need to hit the ‘Upload Files’ tab to select the files you want to merge. If you’re going to re-order the uploaded files, you can easily drag and drop them to the right place.

How To Merge and Combine PDF Files

Once you have the files uploaded, just hit the ‘Combine’ tab on the bottom of the page. You need to select the destination folder to save it, and that’s it, a PDF file will start downloading and will be saved into your computer.

Excellent, now you can have one organized PDF file instead of multiple ones. And that’s not it. This page also contains other similar functionalities. As you can see in the image above, you can find there some converters and more.

For example, you can save PDF files separately to PNG or JPG images with pretty good quality. Or you may need to compress the PDF file you have just created to save some space. Something that all these tools have in common is the limitation of 20 files to be uploaded at once.

Photo credit: The feature image has been taken by Christa Dodoo. The screenshots used are owned by Combine PDF.

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Paulina Castro
Paulina Castro
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