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Split and Merge PDF files

The portable document format (PDF) has become the most popular medium for sharing or saving documents, because it benefit from features like smaller size, high portability and strong security.

Adolix Split and Merge PDF is a free utility that will help you modify your existing PDF files. You can split or merge multiple documents with this utility. This is useful; for instance, if you want to merge some pages from an older PDF file, or merge 2 or more documents into a new single PDF file. You can do all that with only a few mouse clicks.

However, you cannot merge more than 5 PDF files using this free version. Features included are: Combine PDF files into a single document, You can even append encrypted PDF files to another PDF, Split PDF files using a customized pattern (similar to Word printing), Process password protected PDF files.( Via - uploadsblog)

Download (1.83Mb) Adolix Split and Merge from the following link


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