Merge 2 PDF Files Into A Single Page PDF

Posted on 2013-06-28
Last Modified: 2013-11-28
Been looking everywhere for a solution!

I need to take two A4 pdf files, and stitch/join/merge them together into a SINGLE Page PDF

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ID: 39284024
If you looking freeware then try this

Author Comment

ID: 39284207

This is exactly what I dont want. All this does, is place many pages of PDF files into one Single PDF Image, I want to add Multiple PDFs onto a Single-Paged PDF

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by:Joe Winograd, EE MVE
ID: 39284301
Hi Luke,
Do PDF1-A4 and PDF2-A4 each have just one page or do you want to take page 1 of each and create page 1 of PDF-A3, then page 2 of each and create page 2 of PDF-A3, etc.? Regards, Joe
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Joe Winograd, EE MVE earned 500 total points
ID: 39284500
Hi Luke,
Haven't heard back from you on my question above, but, in any case, here's a possible solution for you. I use several A-PDF products:

One of their products is A-PDF N-up Page:

I haven't used this particular one, but based on my success with their other products, I wouldn't hesitate to give it a try...and there's a free trial version, so you can see if it works for you. It seems to do exactly what you want. Regards, Joe
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ID: 39284862
Notwithstanding Joe's advice, do you have Acrobat Pro?

Expert Comment

ID: 39683759
Just tried:

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it worked perfectly.
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