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How do I merge PDF files using the PDF-XChange Viewer?

  • Knowledge Base Article: KB244
  • Created On: Feb 22, 2010 12:33 PM
  • Last Modified: : Sep 15, 2014 03:38 PM
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I currently have a licensed copy of PDF-XChange Viewer version 2.0.  I need the ability to merge PDF files but I don't think it is part of the feature set that I have.  What are my options to get this feature?



 PDF-XChange Viewer PRO used the "Insert Pages" feature to achieve a result similar to "merge".



Note!  The PDF-XChange Editor can merge multiple PDF files into a single doc ument.  See KB#416: How do I Combine multiple documents into a single PDF, using the PDF-XChange Editor?

While this is not exactly the same as merging 2 files, a similar result to merging can be achieved by adding all the pages from a  PDF to your current document. 

For more detail on how to use PDF-XChange Viewer's GUI (Graphical User Interface) to insert and re-order pages in a PDF document see this article: KB#245: How do I insert pages into a PDF using PDF-XChange Viewer?

While this is convenient for merging one or two documents using the GUI, if however you want to merge multiple files you might want to consider the more advanced batch processing capabilities of PDF-Tools.



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