How to Combine PDF in Adobe Acrobat
Have several PDF files and need to merge them into a large one by using Adobe Acrobat? It is necessary before you hand in your contract, thesis or dissertation files. Do not worry, man! This article is a tutorial for how to merge PDF files with Adobe Acrobat. Just follow me.
Before we start to combine PDF files, you should have the full version Adobe Acrobat installed. And then do as the following steps tell.
Put all the files you want to merge in the same directory. It is much easier to know where to find these files. And additionally, when you put these files in the same directory, you could no longer lose any one of them when merging files.
- Launch Adobe Acrobat.
- Go to the File menu, select "Create PDF", and then choose From Multiple Files
- Upload files. When a new dialog box pops up asking you to add the files you want to combine, click the Browse button, navigate to each file, and click the Add button to select it.
- Arrange file order. When you have listed all the files on Adobe Acrobat, select each file and click the Move Up and Move Down buttons to rearrange the order of the files. To delete files, click the Remove button.
- After the preparation work is done, hit OK to finish merging PDF files.
Beside Adobe Acrobat, there are many apps to merge PDF files with a few drag-n-drops, like Wondershare PDF Editor. On Wondershare PDF Editor, go to the Pages menu, click Merge Document to enable the Merge PDF Documents. And then click the Add Documents button to upload the PDF files you're going to combine together and click the Merge. If you're a Mac user, learn how to combine PDF files in Mac OS X Mountain Lion>>
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