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Learn how to combine/merge multiple PDF files.


Using Adobe Acrobat DC (also known as Adobe Acrobat Pro)

  1. Open Acrobat DC and click on the Tools menu (next to "Home"). Select the icon "Combine Files" to open a pop-up window.
  2. Select "Add Files" and add the PDFs that you want to combine. You can hold down control or command to select multiple at a time. Click "Add Files" again when ready.
  3. Drag and drop the files to re-arrange them, if desired.
  4. When finished arranging files, click "Combine Files."
  5. Your new PDF will appear. Remember to save it!

Mac Users

PDF creation is built-in to the Mac OS. You do not need any special software installed.

  1. From any application on your Macintosh go File > Print
  2. From the PDF drop-down menu (lowerleft) choose "Save as PDF"
  3. Enter the filename and location to save your pdf
  4. Click Save to create and save your pdf


Create a PDF on MS Windows

Option 1 - Windows 10 has print to PDF built-in.

  • From any app choose File > Print > Microsoft Print to PDF.
  • Using an older version of WIndows? Try some of the options below.


Option 2 - Use a program's built-in Export to PDF

  • Google Chrome, MS Office and LibreOffice all have the ability to Export or Save As PDF built-in to the application.


Option 3 - Install a PDF Printer like CutePDFWriter.

  • Be sure to uncheck the Ask Toolbar and other bloatware while installing.