Combine PDFs in Linux with these merging methods.

Whether you’re working in Linux, macOS, or Windows, merge PDFs easily with this online tool.

PDFs make it easy to sign, send, share, and collaborate on documents. Regardless of your computer’s operating system — be it Linux, Windows, or macOS — using PDFs ensures your document’s text, formatting, images, and general layout will remain intact.

Online tools make it even easier to perform all of these shared functions — even ones that may seem challenging. Take merging PDFs, for instance. Combining long documents can be a headache, taking time and slowing down your computer. But with online merge technology, you can easily upload your PDFs, combine them, reorder pages, and share — all in one place. Now cumbersome tasks are made easy.

Use Adobe Acrobat to merge PDFs online.

Enjoy document flexibility with Acrobat’s online PDF merge tool. Split, add, re-order, and merge documents in minutes. Open the PDF merge tool and then follow these quick steps to easily compile multiple documents in one online location:

  1. Click the Select Files button to choose the files you want to merge.
  2. Upload or drag and drop your files into the file field.
  3. Reorder, rearrange and remove pages of your documents as needed.
  4. Merge your files by clicking Merge Files.
  5. Sign in to download or share your new, combined master file.

Do more with PDFs.

Explore what you can do with Acrobat DC and Acrobat online services to easily combine, split, reorder, edit, and share your PDFs in Linux or across operating systems in minutes.