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How to Add Pages to PDF without Adobe Acrobat

To be honest, Adobe Acrobat X Pro is really a powerful PDF tool. It allows users to do almost everything on a PDF file. However, its price is too high for individuals (more than $400 for Mac version, and almost $200 for Windows version). And what bothers me so much is that every time it takes so long to edit a PDF. The snail-crawl speed really has pissed me off. Fortunately,besides Acrobat, we have other options. To add pages to PDF, I strongly suggest you try Wondershare PDF Editor. It allow us add pages (blank pages or a PDF file) to the current PDF easily and efficiently. 


Click the download button to get the installation package. Both Windows and Mac versions are available. After the download, install the app on your computer. 

Download Wondershare PDF Editor free trial version to have a try!

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Step 1. Open a PDF

Double-click the quick start button on the desktop to launch the PDF Editor. And then open the PDF file that you're going to add pages to.


Step 2. Add pages to the PDF in Windows 8 and Mac OS X Mountain Lion

On Windows PDF Editor, you can add blank page or a PDF file to the existing PDF file.

  • To add a blank PDF page, go to the Insert menu and click the Blank Page icon under the menu. By default the blank page will be added after the current page. After this, you are capable of writing on the blank PDF page.
  • To add a new PDF file to the current PDF page, just under the Insert menu, click the "From PDF" icon to browse and find the target file on your computer. When you click the Open button, a prompt will pop up, asking you to set your preference for the newly added PDF pages. Just set it freely.

On Mac PDF Editor, to insert blank page or a PDF file to the existing PDF file, go to Document> Insert Pages to add pages to PDF.

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This is how to add blank page and a PDF file to a PDF document in Windows PC and in Mac OS X Mountain Lion. It is cool, isn’t it? Just in a few seconds, you’ve successfully added pages to a PDF on Wondershare PDF Editor.

Download Wondershare PDF Editor free trial version to have a try!

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Watch the video tutorial for how to add pages to a PDF file

Product-related questions? Speak directly to our Support Team >>

roseannesullivan
My Mac OS version is 10.7.5. Just a suggestion, it would be helpful if you would specify which versions are supported.
Summer
Really sorry to hear that :(. PDF Editor for Mac only works on Mac running in Mac OS X 10.6, 10.7, and 10.8. Please check whether your Mac system is compatible with PDF Editor for Mac or not.
roseannesullivan
Thanks for your reply. I didn't change the filename extension. I typed what displayed in the dialog box, which was truncated. The full name is as you wrote it. Still have the same problem.
Summer
Hey, Roseanne, I tried to download and install PDF Editor for Mac on my iMac, it works well. Did you changed the filename extension? I notices you said "mac-pdf-editor-full73". Actually the complete file name is "mac-pdf-editor-full738.dmg". Would you please try to download it again? If it happens again, please tell me. Thank you.
roseannesullivan
Sounds like just what I need. But: When I downloaded the Mac version, I got an error when I tried to open it. The following disk images couldn't be opened. mac-pdf-editor_full73 Reason: not recognized
Jimy Gilbert
Job well done guys, quality information.
google-17dd5f9e2cc34522e1049af
Wow that was so easy!! Thanks for sharing that summer!!

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