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I know there’s a lot of traffic here, so I figured I’d ask you guys.
I have about 30 PDFs I need to combine into one file. Is that possible? I tried googling and got nothing helpful. The only way we know how to do it at school is by capturing an image of the PDF and then pasting it into another document. Unfortunately, the images are losing their quality when I do that, and therefore cannot be used. The software I have is Adobe Reader, not Acrobat.
Any ideas? Teachers need this tomorrow and I don’t know what to do!
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peachacid: I think you need to have the full Adobe Acrobat, not just the reader. I just did a google search and I think Fedex Office that have computers have the software you need.
Post # 3
There are a lot of free downloads or websites you can go to to combine multiple PDFs into one document. A quick google search of “Combine multiple PDFs into one” will provide you with a multitude of results.
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peachacid: It is possible, but you need the full version of adobe and not reader. Another thing to consider is that when you combine that many files the resulting file size is rather large, even after text recognition & reducing the file size, so I hope you are not trying to send it via e-mail or anything like that… Maybe your library has the full program you can use? It shouldn’t take more than a few minutes…
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peachacid: can’t you print to pdf? Then you can append each one as you go.
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Yak: Append is not an option when I do that, I think because it’s Reader not Acrobat.
FutureDrAtkins: That site looked really spammy when I saw it. I’ll take another look…
stephncollins: That’s what i searched, and they all look like spam/”free”. I’ll look again.
Thanks. I wish I had Acrobat!
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FutureDrAtkins: Okay, I tried it, and it worked. Thank you. I thought it was going to make me download something when I first saw it. Thaaaaanks.