Adobe Acrobat Combine Multiple PDFs Into One File

Adobe Acrobat Combine Multiple PDFs Into One File

Note:

This funtionality will not work in the free Adobe Acrobat Reader Program. However, you can install Adobe Acrobat Professional on your Cedarville University computer through Start > All Programs >  _CedarNet > Graphics > Adobe Acrobat Pro 11 .

  1. Open Adobe Acrobat Professional 11.
  2. Go to "File" > "Create" (or choose [Create] on your toolbar).
  3. Choose "Combine Files into a Single PDF...."
  4. A "Combine Files" dialog box will open.

    Adobe Combine Pictures Screen
  5. Click [Add Files...] in the upper left of the screen > then "Add Files" and search for the PDF files you wish to combine.
  6. Select a file > Click [Open] to add the PDF file to your list.
  7. Repeat Steps 5 & 6 for additional files.
  8. Adobe will combine the files in the order in which you select them. Drag the files left or right to reorder the files.
  9. Click [Combine Files].
  10. The files will be combined and open up on your screen in Adobe Acrobat (Note: combined file is saved with a temporary name like Binder1.pdf)
  11. Click [Save] > Name the file > Click [Save].

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