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Merging and Splitting PDFs is easy with Power PDF

Many projects go through repeated changes throughout development. As your team collaborates on their objectives, they often produce and work on multiple PDFs. Ultimately, the final results must incorporate the PDFs that make up the final project documents. Rather than having a dozen separate PDFs, the best solution is to combine them into one with the Tungsten Power PDF.

Additionally, you may need to remove portions of a PDF or create truncated handbooks for select sections of your team. If you need to provide some of the information instead of all of it, then you can also divide the PDFs. Below, we review the simple processes to handle both sides of this function with the Power PDF.

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The Step-by-Step Process to Combine and Merge PDFs

We’ve designed Power PDF to be straightforward and effortless for your team to learn and use. The following simple steps allow you to combine your PDFs into a single document:

  1. In Power PDF, select “Document Assembly” under the “Pages” tool group on the home menu Ribbon.
  2. Rearrange the pages already in your PDF by dragging and dropping them where you need them to go.
  3. To insert, replace, delete, or extract pages, right-click on the area you’d like to make the change.
  4. Select a location and save the PDF to confirm your changes.

The merging process is exceedingly user-friendly and intuitive for new users. Your team will quickly learn how to use the Power PDF to manage multiple PDFs with ease. You can even promptly combine multiple files without the need to merge each PDF one by one. How?

  1. Open all the PDF documents you want to combine.
  2. Navigate to the Home ribbon.
  3. Click “Combine All” beneath the “Create” group.
  4. Click “Combine All PDF files.”

You now have a new combined file you can edit and change as needed.

The Step-by-Step Process to Split PDFs

Similarly, you can use Power PDF to split a PDF into multiple documents. The process is slightly different from merging but still easy to use:

  1. Open the multipage PDF in Power PDF, then select “Split Document” under the “Tools” tool group on the home menu Ribbon.
  2. Select the “Split by Pages: ___ Pages as a document” option.
  3. Enter the number of groups or pages into which you’d like to divide the document.
  4. Select a destination folder, and Power PDF will save the new files there.

No matter how large the documents you’re working with, your team can easily split them into more manageable sizes and determine which pages end up in separate documents. Your documents can also be split into blank pages, pages with bookmarks and pages containing text. What If you need to routinely split PDF files in the same place every time? Use the built-in batch sequencer to define the process for simple repeatability.

Putting Power PDF to Work for You

Your team will find that Power PDF makes it easy to manage PDFs. Documents such as medical records, contracts, legal briefs, and financial instruments need to be updated and parsed differently. Power PDF is flexible enough to serve any industry yet powerful enough to edit any document. Ensure that you keep your vital records secure while you empower your team to edit, combine, and split them.

Before Power PDF, it was a time-intensive and frustrating process to split, update, or recombine PDF files. Whether it came to changing page numbers, inserting new sections, or updating tables of contents, businesses had to invest significant amounts of time for each revision. Now, you can save time and money through Power PDF’s convenient features.

We know PDFs can be critical to your individual or business needs.

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