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Is there any freeware tat allows me to combine 2 .pdf files into one?
a program called pdfedit995 seems be able to do it, but it needs a software called pdf viewer, wats is it?
is the pdf viewer also known as adobe acrobat reader???
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by:ifprod
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You should use Adobe Acrobat (the program not the reader).  Inside the program simply go to "Document" then down to "insert pages" and select the document you want to add to the beginning or end of the document.
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by:OwenMania
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is there any other way to do it?
adobe acrobat is quite expensive right?
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by:OwenMania
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is there any other way to do it?
adobe acrobat is quite expensive right?
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by:mknight9
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Try Here
http://www.pdfstore.com/
Maybe they have something


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I answered this for someone else last week :)

If you have the full version of Acrobat (not the reader) you can open the document a, and then drag and drop document b (or multiple documents) onto the Acrobat window and it will automagically add the documents, in the order  you selected them, to the PDF you currently had open in Acrobat. It will prompt you whether you want it added before or after the last page in the current document.

You cannot add multiple documents using Document --> Insert Pages, so this is a much faster way to combine PDF files.
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by:mightyone
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hehe

install ghostscript 8.0 it is freeware and can combine pdfs....

open comandline and write

/gswin32 -dBATCH -sDEVICE=pdfwrite -sOutputFile=C:/combined.pdf file1.pdf file2.pdf.....

as you now save money ... i am glad about points....
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by:APPUND
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Is there  a way to automate this from email ? say an email comes in you want to combine the email with the pdf.
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