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Combining documents into a single PDF using Acrobat 9

Learn how to combine many documents into a single PDF file called a binder using Acrobat 9.

By Janet Frick – June 22, 2008


In this tutorial, learn how to combine PDF or merge PDF into a single PDF file called a binder using Acrobat 9. You learn how to control the combining settings and reuse them for fast merging. You also learn how binders are different from PDF Portfolios.

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