how do I save combined pdfs as a binder, not as a portfolio?

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Adobe Employee , Nov 03, 2015 Nov 03, 2015

Hi,

If you are using Acrobat

Go to File > Create > Combine Files into a Single PDF...

From the combine files windows select the PDFs you would like to combine

Click on the Gear icon at the top center

Uncheck the option Save As PDF Portfolio

Click OK then Combine button

Thanks,

Abhishek

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Nov 03, 2015 Nov 03, 2015

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Not possible with Acrobat Reader.

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Hi,

If you are using Acrobat

Go to File > Create > Combine Files into a Single PDF...

From the combine files windows select the PDFs you would like to combine

Click on the Gear icon at the top center

Uncheck the option Save As PDF Portfolio

Click OK then Combine button

Thanks,

Abhishek

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Jan 26, 2016 Jan 26, 2016

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Thanks for your replied abhissha it worked for me using Creative Cloud Adobe Acrobat Reader. It is so simple; but their is not online help. It will make sense to have an option in Save As, or in the Preferences but there is not.  Searching with in Adobe is not efficient; not results.  Adobe have a tutorial explanation but it overlooks to mention the "Click on the Gear icon at the top center" hence, the final file is a Portfolio.


The links / tutorials below do not even mention the Gear.


How to combine and merge files into one PDF:

  1. Within Acrobat, click on the Tools menu and select Combine Files.
  2. Click Combine Files, and then click Add Files to select the files you want to include in your PDF.
  3. Click, drag, and drop to reorder the files and pages. Double-click on a file to expand and rearrange individual pages. Press the Delete key to remove unwanted content.
  4. When finished arranging files, click Combine Files.
  5. Click the Save button.


Merge PDFs, combine files into one PDF | Adobe Acrobat DC

Overview of PDF Portfolios

Saving PDFs in Adobe Acrobat DC and Reader DC

Combine files into single PDF | Adobe Acrobat DC tutorials

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Thank you for this.  It was driving me crazy using portfolio!

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Jun 22, 2022 Jun 22, 2022

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Agreed - the portfolio option is awful . 

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Feb 08, 2022 Feb 08, 2022

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Thank you so much!!!

 

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