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    Merge PDF

    I have been asked in the past could I merge one PDF with another. Without Distiller [or whatever it is called now] I did not find an easy way to do it. Although I have not evaluated this site yet it seems like the answer. From the site:

    "MergePDF.net is a cool option to merge multiple PDF files without installing any software on the computer."

    "There is no need for registeration or sign-up, just select PDF files from your computer and hit the Merge PDF button. It does have few limitation which wont affect majority of users. You can upload maximum of 10 files with individual file size limit is 5 MB. Also, more files you upload more time it will take to merge."

    There is also a free offline alternative.

    Online Merge PDF: Link

    [The site suggests a donation for use, as the service is free of charge]

    Offline PDF split and Merge: Link
    Last edited by DaveP; 3rd February 2009 at 07:44 AM. Reason: Adjust thread title.

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    PDF Editor

    We know that merge PDF is a software that really merge multiple PDF files.
    What if in a specific PDF you will edit 3 lines of text.
    I think you'll need to use Foxit or Adobe products. (they can also merge multiple PDF files)

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    Are there any data protection issues using 3rd part websites that may be hosted god knows where?

    You can use the pdf creator printer driver to merge pdf's I think.

    Ben

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    Ben's right. PDFCreator will merge any printable docs (MS Office, Open Office, PDF etc...) into one pdf.

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    I use the free PDF995 for pdf generation and merging.

    Online, I use neevia which can convert documents into various formats including pdf and jpeg

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    PDFSAM is free and Open Source

    Folks,

    I am using PDFSAM and it both splits and merges PDF pages very well. Go to PDF Split and Merge for download.

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    PDF Hammer: Online [no downloads] and free.

    Upload PDFs. Move/Delete pages. Download finished document.

    Does not address Plexer's data protection concerns [earlier in this thread] so I guess don't use it on PDFs which contain such data. Add this to those choices already available.

    Link: PDF Hammer

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    Another way to split/merge PDFs online: Link: Online tools to merge PDF, split PDF and manage PDF files



    After all the more choice you have the better?

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    PDF Binder is another one. Very simple program to use and open source too.

    http://www.ghacks.net/2010/02/14/mer...th-pdf-binder/

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    Not that it helps anyone ref windows but on leopard and snow leopard you can merge pdf's already

    YouTube - Apple Tip #3 - Merging PDF Files in Snow Leopard

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    Quote Originally Posted by mac_shinobi View Post
    on leopard and snow leopard you can merge PDFs already
    If you do this on a regular basis you might be interested in the Combine PDFs service. With this, you can merge PDFs via the Finder's context menu.

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