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    how do i combine two separate PDF docs into one?

    cannot seem to figure it out. there HAS to be an easy way, right?



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    Re: how do i combine two separate PDF docs into one?

    do you have adobe acrobat?



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    Re: how do i combine two separate PDF docs into one?

    Get them drunk.


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    oops, i got it now

    i guess i was just viewing my original file and didn't actually have the full acrobat reader application open and thus not all options were offered.

    once i shut everything down and reopened acrobat i realized how simple this was and easily accomplished the task. feel kinda stupid now.



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    Re: oops, i got it now

    Quote Originally Posted by theyork View Post
    i guess i was just viewing my original file and didn't actually have the full acrobat reader application open and thus not all options were offered.

    once i shut everything down and reopened acrobat i realized how simple this was and easily accomplished the task. feel kinda stupid now.

    Ha ha, dont, it happens. Acrobat is a tricky beast sometimes.



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    Re: how do i combine two separate PDF docs into one?

    try this free program

    Works great for me

    PDF Split and Merge



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    Re: how do i combine two separate PDF docs into one?

    Also, if you are looking at the two files in the folder directory where the files are located, you can select both of the files and right click and it will give you a "combine files in Adobe option



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    Re: how do i combine two separate PDF docs into one?

    Quote Originally Posted by pyrocyz View Post
    try this free program

    Works great for me

    PDF Split and Merge
    also recommend this



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    Re: how do i combine two separate PDF docs into one?

    Quote Originally Posted by GeronimusClone View Post
    Get them drunk.
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