Learning how to combine PDF files can be a real asset when it comes to sharing information online.

Never again will you have to send your boss multiple documents all together. Instead you can merge all of your documents together and send them to one handy email!

So, the answer is simple.

Yes, PDF files can be merged into one useful PDF document, and this can be done in a variety of ways.

In this article, we’re going to talk you through different ways you can combine your PDF files all together, as easily as possible!

Can PDF Files be Merged Online?

PDF files can most certainly be merged online. In many ways, online is the easiest way of merging PDF files!

Our own tool, Tweak PDF Manager, includes a PDF merger that will help you to upload files and merge them very quickly!

From the homepage, you can click on the ‘Merge’ button.

From the Merge PDF page, you can use Tweak’s handy drag-and-drop feature to upload multiple PDF files all at once.

If you’d prefer you can always upload your PDF files manually by searching your computer. You can do this by clicking on the PDF page icon.

Thankfully, Tweak also lets you upload straight from your Dropbox account, which makes life much easier!

When you upload your PDF files, you can then view them on the screen. As a handy add-on, our tool lets you hover your mouse over your uploaded file.

By using the curved arrow in the right-hand corner of the uploaded document, you can edit the rotation of the document before you choose to merge them together.

When you decide you’re happy with the rotation of your document, you can click on the ‘Merge’ button at the bottom of the page.

Once you’ve merged your PDF files, your freshly merged document might download straight away. If it doesn’t you can go right ahead and click on the ‘Download PDF’ button.

Just like that, faster than you could blink and for free, you now have PDF files that are merged all into one streamline document.

Can PDF files be Merged Offline?

Adobe Acrobat is the original PDF editing tool that has more features than most every day users even know about.

Happily, one of these features is PDF combining. If you open up ‘Tools’ you will find ‘Combine Files’.

There is a natural downside to Adobe Acrobat, which is the necessity of the paid subscription. However, if you are going to be using your offline PDF editing tool every day, then it might be in your interest to not have to depend upon an internet connection.

Now that you know that PDF files can be merged, you are free to go ahead and choose the program that suits your needs best!