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Hey guys,

I have a bunch of PDF's + word doc's that I would like to merge into one single PDF file. What software will do this for me?
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Adobe Acrobat has that ability to do that. What version do you have?
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Even the word docs? Or do those have to be converted to PDF manually first?
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You should be able to import word docs as well depending on what version you have.
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So the latest version of Acrobat should be able to do this? I have Office 2010.
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Yes Adobe Acrobat XI Pro should be able to do this
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You could use PDF Architect (Freeware) and use that to create a single PDF file.
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Thanks..i'll go with Acrobat Pro. Do you know where i can get a good price on a license?
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The cheapest I have seen is on amazon but there could be other places out there. You can get Acrobat X Pro or Acrobat XI Pro, they should both be capable.

Or you could subscribe to Creative Cloud for a single app and choose Acrobat XI Pro, its only 14.99 a month for an annual plan paid monthly and anytime there is an update, you get access to the latest version.

https://creative.adobe.com/plans?sdid=KKQXB&kw=cssem&skwcid=AL!3085!3!61115918200!b!!g!!cs%20cloud&ef_id=VC6eAAAABaenZjwX:20141009170543:s
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