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Pls suggest a good software where i can combine multiple pdf files into a single pdf file ?
Is that option available in Adobe acrobat V9 Pro ?
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PDFLab is free and can do it.
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The best option I know of is Adobe V 9. has the " Combine" option allowing you to join files or folders in whatever order you want them


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Pls suggest a good software where i can combine multiple pdf files into a single pdf file ?
Is that option available in Adobe acrobat V9 Pro ?
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In Leopard or Snow Leopard, you can do it in Preview. Just drag the pages in the sidebar from one document to the other.

Regardless, the PDFs must be regular, non-encrypted files.
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What about automator? Part of Mac OS X
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