Help how to join two Foxit reader files to make one?

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I have two pdf files and want to merge into one. I use adobe reader and there is no option like that. I have heard Foxit reader has the option. I have installed Foxit reader but I do not know how to join two Foxit reader files? Please help me.

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Answered By 0 points N/A #185581

Help how to join two Foxit reader files to make one?

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Hi Jeremy Jack,

You are right that adobe reader doesn’t allow merging PDF files; but unfortunately you have some wrong information regarding Foxit reader. It is free software but you cannot use it to edit or merge PDF files ; for that purpose you would need Foxit creator.

I would suggest go for PDFmerge , it is very renowned for editing, merging PDF files. Also, it is freeware and is easily available online. Using this, you can number and annotate PDF pages with a footer label.
Also, it is useful for automated document creation.

Please find below the link to download the software:

https://sourceforge.net/projects/pdfmerge/

Hope this solves your question.

Answered By 581880 points N/A #316701

Help how to join two Foxit reader files to make one?

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Right, Adobe Acrobat Reader and even Adobe Acrobat Reader DC do not provide an option to merge PDF files. To merge multiple PDF files with Adobe, what you need is Adobe Acrobat DC but unfortunately, this is not free software but they offer free trial.

To try the free trial, go to Adobe Acrobat DC and click on “Start free trial” or download the free trial straight from Adobe Acrobat Pro DC. The product is free for seven (7) days. Foxit Reader, just like Adobe Acrobat Reader DC, also doesn’t have an option to merge multiple PDF files but they offer a free service.

To try their free online service, go to Foxit Merge PDF Online. Simply upload your PDF files, click “Merge Files”, and wait. When merging is complete, the file is automatically downloaded to your computer.

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