How to merge PDF files in Windows 10.
Whether you want to organize your home life, office space, or anywhere in-between, learn how to combine multiple PDFs into one unified document.
With the combination of work files, home documents, school assignments, and more, the digital world can sometimes feel a bit chaotic. If you have, for example, multiple onboarding documents for new employees or a growing collection of family recipes, you can tidy up your virtual filing cabinet by merging multiple PDF documents into one. Let’s explore how you can do this in just a few steps.
Combine two or more PDF files with these steps.
When you open a PDF in Windows 10, it opens with the operating system’s default viewer — Edge. You can easily view PDF files within Edge, but unfortunately, the app doesn’t allow you to combine multiple PDFs. Instead, you will need to use a third-party app or online tool. Here’s how to merge PDF files with Adobe Acrobat online:
- Open the Acrobat Online tool.
- Drag and drop your files, or click the Select files button and locate your files via the dialog box.
- Once your files upload, select Merge.
Once the files merge, you can take the time to organize or reorder your files if necessary. When you’re happy and all set with your document, simply download your new PDF for safekeeping or take steps to share it with others. And don’t forget — if you end up with a large file size, you can easilycompress your file to make sharing even easier.
Take a moment to discover everything you can do with Acrobat online services to combine, organize, and share documents for a (paperless) peace of mind.