Choose from a variety of file types — documents, spreadsheets, images, emails, and more — to combine into one PDF.
- Select Add Files and navigate to the location of the files you wish to add. You can add files or a folder from your computer, or add content directly from a scanner, web page, or your Clipboard.
- Select one or more files to add.
- Click the Add Files button.
You can repeat these steps as many times as necessary to include all of the content you'd like to combine into your final PDF.
Multi-page documents are indicated by a plus sign (+) just above the file icon. A banner over the thumbnail indicates the number of pages or slides. Click + to expand so you can view the thumbnails of each page in the file and verify which pages to add to the combined PDF.
You can also arrange individual pages in or around other documents in the Combine Files dialog box.
To remove unwanted pages, or files, click the file or page preview, then click the trash can icon.
Note: Use Shift + click to select a series of pages to remove. Use Cmd (Mac) + click, or Ctrl (Win) + click, to select specific pages to remove. When you select pages, the pages are only removed from the combined PDF. The original file remains intact.
When you are finished, click Combine Files. Acrobat automatically names (e.g., Binder1.pdf) and opens the new file once it finishes processing.
From here, you can rename, edit, and review the new document as necessary. You can also select the Combine Files or Organize Pages tool in the toolbar to add more pages.
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