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You are welcomed by a simple and clean layout that allows you to carry out the tweaking operations with minimal effort. Everything is kept as basic as possible, so you can master the entire process in no time.
The PDF items can be added in the working environment with the aid of the built-in browse button or drag-and-drop support. On the downside, the tool doesn’t let you work with encrypted PDF files.
MergePDF gives you the possibility to build up a list with the files that you want to combine, arrange the order of the items in the output file by moving items up or down, and delete the selected files from the list.
Basically, it proves to be nothing more than a piece of cake to work with this application, as you only need to press on the “Merge” button in order to complete the process.
Since there aren’t any configuration settings, even less experienced users can learn to configure the entire process with minimum effort. During our testing we have noticed that MergePDF accomplishes a task quickly. It leaves a minimal footprint on system resources, so it doesn’t hamper computer performance, nor interfere with other programs’ functionality.
In conclusion, if you are looking for a straightforward piece of software that helps you join multiple PDF files into a single document you may give MergePDF a try and see what it can do for you. It cannot be considered a top application from its category as it lacks support for preview options, encryption capabilities, as well as features for setting up permissions for printing and filling in forms.
MergePDF was reviewed by Ana Marculescu, last updated on July 3rd, 2014
Runs on: Windows XP / Vista / 7