PDF Combine is a powerful application that can turn multiple PDF files into one single document that you may organize and share as you need to. There are multiple ways to complete the combination process, depending upon the configuration of the files you start with and the end product you need.
|Operating System Support||Windows 7, Windows 10, Windows 2003, Windows 8, Windows 2000, Windows Vista|
|Available Languages||English, French, Polish, Chinese, Italian, Japanese, German, Spanish|
|Date||Friday, January 25th 2019|
There are various ways to combine your PDF document. e.g. you can add each file you want in the finished version individually, or you can put them all in one folder and let PDF combine do the work for you. You can even combine them by common name part, via command line, and from the desktop if you so wish.
Key features include:
- Intuitive interface.
- Highly configurable.
- Combine by folder or file name.
- Encrypt PDF Documents.
- Command line option.
PDF Combine has a crisp looking interface that is easy to navigate; all of the options are clearly marked, and most features are where you need them to be located.
The downside to PDF Combine is the fact that it does take some time to learn about all of the options available and how to use them best. Unfortunately, the Help document isn’t very clear. If, however, you have some experience with similar applications then the learning curve should not be as steep as those without.