Combine PDFs

Combine PDFs 5.4

Tool that allows you merge multiple PDFs into a single, new document.

Combine PDFs is a tool that allows you merge multiple PDFs into a single, new document. The app enables you to combine different types of images into a PDF file and includes numerous additional features to produce PDF documents that adjust to your needs.

The process of combining PDFs or images is quite straightforward and starts with the addition of files to the app’s window. This can be done either by clicking the ‘+’ button or simply by dragging and dropping files from the Finder. Once your files are loaded, you can view their contents in the Preview window. Besides, it is possible to arrange and reorder pages in the order you prefer. With the plus and minus buttons, you can add or remove files from the list as you want. And with the text overlay feature, the app allows you to add text over your PDF file. For that purpose, it includes a set of buttons that represent the overlay position. You can choose among a number of variables, like global page count, current file name, author name, among several other options. Moreover, you can modify the text font, size, color, as well as underline or apply bold/italics. Changes can be seen immediately in the preview window.

Additional features include the option add empty pages to your document, add interleaved pages, add duplicates, add a title page, and even split a file. Likewise, the app includes filters to apply to your images. Another interesting feature is the possibility of saving setups for future use.

In short, Combine PDFs is versatile tool with features that cover the most common operations with PDF documents. It is intuitive, easy to use, and is fully functional during its extensive evaluation period.

Mariel Rearte
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Review summary

Pros

  • Easy to use
  • Numerous features that cover the most common PDF-related tasks
  • Supports images in all the popular formats
  • Fast processing of files
  • Includes a manual

Cons

  • No disadvantages found
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