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Drowning in PDFs? Here’s how to merge them into a single document

Clutter is a killer, even more so when addressing Adobe’s flagship PDF file format. PDF files — short for Portable Document Files — have been adopted as the open standard for electronic document exchange around the globe. The format is industrious, lined with interactive functionality that’s compatible on nearly any electronic device available, and offers additional levels of encryption and data compression that render the format one of the most stable and trusted to date.

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That said, managing scores of similar documents isn’t the most conducive for giving a seamless business presentation, nor is it helpful when you’re simply attempting to collate 30 reports into one unified document. Fortunately, combining and merging multiple PDF files, sans Adobe Acrobat, has never been easier thanks to the latest tools in Windows 10 and MacOS. All you need to do is head in the right direction! To help, here’s our quick guide on how to merge PDF files, whether using Windows, MacOS, or web-based software.

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