It’s easy to move about the Internet collecting pages of information, but in the end, you have several different pages, leaving you wanting to find a way to make it one single PDF file. The answer to this dilemma is PDF Page Merger, and for the next month, you can update to the pro version for free.
This Windows software allows you to merge two or more PDF pages into one PDF file or PDF sheet. This makes it easier to publish to a magazine, print several document pages onto one sheet of paper, or have all your collected data in one central place. It’s available in English, French, Spanish, Chinese, and many other languages.
The “Merge Every X Page” option of PDF Page Merger allows you to set how many pages you want on each merged page, which is helpful if you don’t want all the pages in one file. For example, it allows you to merge every two, four, eight, or more pages into each page.
Other than the standard A4 page size, the software can scale the merged PDF file to most common paper sizes, such as A3, Letter, etc., more than 30 page sizes in all. It also supports PDF page orientation adjustment, which ensures that the exported PDF pages will be displayed correctly.
By using the serial key PPM58690DMVUING before October 15, you can upgrade to the pro version of the software for free, a savings of $29.95 and the ability to merge more than 100 pages. Other than the standard EXE installer, there is also a portable version of the software in ZIP format.
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