by Joern Schou-Rode

Convenience tool for windows applications

Operating system: Windows

Publisher: Joern Schou-Rode

Antivirus check: passed

Last revision: Last week

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PDFBinder is a program whose sole purpose is to combine several PDF documents into a single file.

The process of using the program is very simple: after it is launched, it displays a small window, the contents of which are limited to the list of documents and the panel with controls. On the control panel, find the "Add file" key. It allows you to specify the location of PDF documents to be "glued". Note that you can add several documents at once by pressing CTRL. All added files will be displayed in the list specified above.

To change the sequence of "gluing" use the arrow keys "down" and "up" (you need to select the file to be "moved" beforehand). The key with the "-" sign is used to delete documents from the list. As you can see, the PDFBinder interface is intuitive. When you add all the necessary files and set up the sequence of their merging, you will have to use the "Bind" key and specify the place of saving the finished document. The process of "gluing" (even with a large number of files) will take no more than a minute.

PDFBinder is compatible with all versions of Windows and does not require any additional software to be installed. It's a very useful tool that's not bad to have on hand at all times.

- Combine multiple PDF documents into one file;

- Setting the sequence of "gluing";

- minimum resource consumption;

- minimalistic interface.

PDFbinder is a program that can take multiple PDF files and combine them into one larger file. It is easy to use. All you have to do is add whatever documents you need to the program from your computer and then you have the option to "glue" them together into one larger file. This is a useful tool and all you have to do to use is downlaod!
when i and was qualified to run this program, wow, was the easiest, sweetest program ever. after initially combining 3 distinct .pdf files, i did a seek words that had less-distinct determination than hopes for, and lo and behold, i found. who wrote this program and to whom do i contribute to a mighty small program? patsy squires
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