Combine PDFs Acrobat XI


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Combining PDFs

If you want to combine multiple files into a single PDF, it's very easy to do. Under Create, choose Combine Files into a Single PDF. If you could see your directory window by this window, you could just drag and drop, but it's fairly easy to just come up here and choose Add Files. Add Files means you're just going to shop for individual files. And Folders makes it much easier. If you'll organize your files ahead of time into a folder, you can just point Acrobat to that folder and it will add all the files inside. So I am going to go to Exercise Files > CH_03, and just choose the Combine PDFs folder, and then click OK.

Interesting thing though: these are not all PDFs. I have three JPEGs, I have two PDFs, and then I have a DOCX file. So I have some controls over what happens. I could get rid of this image if I don't want it, so I can select it and click the Remove, and I can change the order. Initially, they're in alphanumeric order, which I think yo...

Combining PDFs
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Combining PDFs provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by Claudia McCue as part of the Up and Running with Acrobat XI

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