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How to merge Indesign and Illustrator > PDF files without acrobat dc and retain layers?

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So I have two big files that need to become one pdf. One is in illustrator and one is in Indesign. I tried using an opensource pdf tool but it flattened my layers. I need to still be able to print with layers but I don't want to have to buy acrobat dc for just this one thing. Anyone have any advice for strategies to do this? I don't particularly want to go through the tedious process of individually placing each page into illustrator because this is a process I'll have to do over and over again for the project I'm working on. 

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You don't need adobe acrobat to combine .pdf file. Any .pdf reader can do that, find a free one.

 

 

 

 

 

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How to merge Indesign and Illustrator > PDF files without acrobat dc and retain layers?

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So I have two big files that need to become one pdf. One is in illustrator and one is in Indesign. I tried using an opensource pdf tool but it flattened my layers. I need to still be able to print with layers but I don't want to have to buy acrobat dc for just this one thing. Anyone have any advice for strategies to do this? I don't particularly want to go through the tedious process of individually placing each page into illustrator because this is a process I'll have to do over and over again for the project I'm working on. 

Thanks for your help!

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Correct answer by JonathanArias | Adobe Community Professional

You don't need adobe acrobat to combine .pdf file. Any .pdf reader can do that, find a free one.

 

 

 

 

 

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You don't need adobe acrobat to combine .pdf file. Any .pdf reader can do that, find a free one.

 

 

 

 

 

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