How to merge two PDF files on a PC.

Learn how to tidy up your digital space by combining multiple PDF documents into one convenient file.

The ability to merge multiple files comes in handy in more ways than one. At work, it’s much simpler to send a single expense document to the accounting department than many individual files. If you’re a student, grouping class notes together can make studying more manageable, and at home, combining family paperwork helps safeguard important documents. No matter your reason for file merging, it’s a great technique that only takes a few quick steps.

Combine two or more PDF files with these steps.

When working on a PC, the Windows operating system uses its default viewer, Edge, to open PDF files. You can easily view documents with Edge, but it’s not possible to merge files. In order to merge PDF files on a PC, you’ll need to use an online tool. Here’s how to merge PDF files with Adobe Acrobat online:

  1. Open the Acrobat Online tool.
  2. Drag and drop your files, or click the Select files button and locate your files via the dialog box.
  3. Once your files upload, select Merge.

After your documents merge, you can use the online tool to reorder or reorganize your document to your liking. You also have the option to edit your document if necessary. When you finish, all that’s left to do is download it for safekeeping or compress it to make it easily shareable with others.

Take a moment to discover what more you can do with Acrobat online services to organize your flows and make navigating digital files easy.