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How do I combine or merge two or more pdf. pages into single pdf. page.

How do I combine or merge two or more pdf. pages into single pdf. page?


Bob Chob 494 days ago


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With Acrobat you can insert pages into a PDF or combine PDFs into one PDF or a Portfolio.

There are also 3rd party tools that combine multiple PDFs into a single PDF.


George Kaiser answered 494 days ago  |   Comments (1)  |  New Comment

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Hi,
Suppose my PDF document has 3 pages.
Now I want to merge all three pages in to one page. How can I do this?

Bob Chob Commented 493 days ago  |   Report


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And keep your eye on the next goal: MVP

There are a number of ways to do this but I find the easiest way is to open the PDF documents and drag the page thumbnails from the pages panel of one document into the pages panel of the other PDF document provided you are just moving a few pages.

If the PDF has multiple pages of you want o combine multiple PDFs go to: File > Combine files into single PDF. Or you can use the Create button on the top left corner of the application window.

You cannot do this with Reader only Standard or Pro


Ayodeji Atunwa answered 494 days ago  |   Comments (1)  |  New Comment

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Thanks for your help.
I think my question was not clear enough. I am trying to merge 3 pages in to a single page. How can I do tht?

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