Free PDF Tools 1:
Merge Multiple PDF files into one file
This FREE PDF Tool
merge, combine or join multiple PDF files into one PDF file.
You can add the files that you wish to combine. Arrange
and sort them in the order in which you want them to appear in the new PDF, and then save it as a new file name.
Here are the steps
on how to merge, combine or join PDF Files:
Free PDF Tools > Merge PDF Files
2. The Merge
PDF Files dialog box comes up:
Click Add a PDF
File to add PDF files that you wish to merge into a new PDF file. Each file’s name, total pages and location are displayed.
You can add the same file more than once.
Press Ctrl Key to select multiple PDF files in the File Selection
Add PDF Files
under a Folder: Select a folder and all the PDF inside this
folder will be added.
To move a file up or
down the file list, select the filename and click Move Up or Move Down as needed.
To remove a file from
the file list, select the filename and click the Remove.
To Sort the files
using the file name, Click Sort.
3. When you have
added all the files to be merged and have the files in the desired sequence, Click
Save As to have a new PDF file. The new file may be launched
automatically if you have installed Adobe Reader.
4. Do experiment
with the options available to see which best suit your needs. Click Close
Note: If you
have problem to read your PDF into PDFill, open your PDF document inside
Adobe Reader. Then, print into a new PDF using
PDFill PDF Writer.
Batch (DOS) Command Support:
(It is only available for the registered user of PDFill PDF Editor)
You can start a batch job in Windows by issuing the
execution command directly from the MS-DOS command prompt window without
opening the PDFill GUI.
put "" on your file name with space. Make sure all command is in one
Merge PDFs into a new PDF:
"C:\Program Files\PlotSoft\PDFill\PDFill.exe" MERGE Input1.pdf
Input2.pdf Input3.pdf Output.pdf
all PDFs under a folder
into a new PDF:
MERGE "C:\Test\" Output.pdf