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: There is one or two small windows displayed immediately after launching the program; there is a listing of documents and control panel in the middle. Click "Add file" at the top of the control panel. When you install it, you can specify the locations where your PDF documents should be glued. By pressing CTRL, you can paste multiple documents at once. On top of the list you will find a list of every file that has been added.

Changing the sequence of "gluing" will require you to press both "down" and "up" (i.e. to choose the "moved" file at the time of editing). You need to use 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. With multiple files, but still no more than a minute, gluing requires no additional intervention.

Unlike other programs, PDFBinder does not need any software upgrades to work with any version of Windows. I highly recommend its use as a way to ensure that you never run out of inventory.

- A PDF document can be merged n two or more PDF documents into one file;

- Using sequences for sloshing; cs sequence of "gluing";

- minimum resource consumption;

- minimalistic interface.

In PDFbinder, you can combine multiple PDF files into one large file by using multiple hyperlinks and colors. You only need to add whatever files you need from your computer to the program and they can be "glued" together into one large file if that is what you choose. Using this tool requires absolutely no time or effort.
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