A-PDF Merger

A-PDF Merger

Merge multiple PDF and image files into a single PDF document
4.2  (9 votes)
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A-PDF Merger is a utility that allows you to merge two or more PDF documents into one. With it, you can join PDFs combining not only whole files but also segments and pages of your choice, as well as images of different formats.

A-PDF Merger lets you join a group of documents or images just by loading them to the list and arranging them in the desired order. If you need to join files in a particular, more specific way, the application provides special merge methods that let you work with each individual document on the list separately. That way, it's possible to combine, for example, a whole document with a segment or specific pages of another, repeat a file every certain number of pages, or mix alternate pages of PDFs in the original or reverse order.

The application has a straightforward interface that supports drag and drop and includes a wide variety of options to customize the quality and security of the output PDFs, giving you the chance of inserting page numbers, watermarks, bookmarks, and passwords to protect your documents. Overall, the application is easy to use, but a Help file or tutorial would be useful to figure out how the 'special' merge methods work.

In short, A-PDF merger is a handy application that offers a solution for joining PDFs in many different ways. Its official description says it is able to convert MS Office documents, but to activate this feature you'll need to download an additional software product.

Mariel Rearte
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Review summary

Pros

  • Easy to use.
  • Several merge methods lets you combine PDFs in specific ways.
  • Supports image to PDF conversion.
  • Numerous customization options.

Cons

  • Lacks documentation.
  • GUI looks a bit dated.
  • To process MS Office documents, you need to install a separate converter.
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