Adobe may have given us the Portable Document Format or PDF as it is popularly known. It may also have the set of industry standard tools from the free Adobe Reader to the $199 Adobe Acrobat X. But the good news is that with the slew of PDF freeware available today, you can look beyond Adobe and still get the job done.
PDFBinder is a no frills simple solution for Windows that answers your need to join two or more PDF files into one. Joining a few PDF files into one is very useful if you are finicky about document management. For instance, you might have a bunch of receipts that you would like to combine into one. There could be a few separate recipe files that you would like to turn into a consolidated ‘cook book’…the needs could go on.
PDFBinder is a 1.5 MB download. There’s nothing much to write about the interface which just asks you to add the individual PDF files and ‘bind’ them. You can also drag and drop your PDF files into PDFBinder. For instance, in the screen below, I am trying to join together a few origami instructions into one combined file that I want to email to a friend.
Last updated on 07 February, 2022
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