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I want to combine two PDFs into one document and have Acrobat Pro. Does Pro not allow this?

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Aug 17, 2015

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I want to combine two PDFs into one document and have Acrobat Pro. Does Pro not allow this?

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Yes, Pro can do this. Many ways.

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PDF, merge and combine files into one PDF | Adobe Acrobat DC

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.

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