Combine DOC, XLS, HTML, RTF, PDF files into one PDF.
PDF Combine Pro is a life saver for those who need to combine PDF, DOC, TXT, DOCX, HTML, XLS files or images (TIFF, JPEG, PNG) into one PDF. Now you do not have to use several programs and converters to get one PDF. PDF Combine Pro does it in one go. Supported input formats include DOC, DOCX, RTF, TXT, XLS, XLSX, HTML, HTM, MHT, PS, EPS, PRN, PDF, TIFF, JPEG, PNG.
PDF Combine Pro can combine files within folders. For example, you have 3 folders with different file types inside each. The program can produce three combined PDF files in one process for you.
With PDF Combine Pro you can easily create bookmarks that can be used as table of contents.
Preview panel in the program interface ensures the right files to be combined.
Transparent user interface and full command line support.
Even though it is that powerful PDF Combine Pro is not complicated at all. You select the files that you want to combine and the program does the rest. PDF Combine Pro is a great value considering the number of file types it can combine into a single PDF. However, we offer you a free trial period for you to test it. Download your copy now and combine any files into PDFs.
What our clients say:
"We tested your new version of PDFCombinePro on a number of our document packets.. one of them consisted of 173 pdf files resulting in a 30+MB pdf file.
The table of contents worked flawlessly!!! Pagination worked great. You folks are awesome and we can't thank you enough.
Also, just to let you know.. We reviewed numerous different PDF "Converters" trying to find something that would do what we needed.
Here are just a few of the ones ranging in price from $35 to over $800 we looked at: Adobe Acrobat (does NOT have a real command line script capability), PDFtk (doesn't have your command line and bookmark table of contents capability), Neevia PDF Merge (sent me mail saying bookmark table of contents was not supported), pdf-tools.com (DOES support command line and table of contents bookmarks.. but it's over $800),
a-pdf.com (supports bookmark table of contents but only from file names. You support bookmark table of contents using "document names" which is critical to our needs), verypdf.com (Doesn't have table of contents with bookmark functionality), pdfsam.org (does not support your capability), evermap.com
(a plugin for acrobat with "autobookmark" capability does not support a table of contents), Aquaforest PDF toolkit (was too expensive so I didn't even look at its capabilities).
PDF Combine Pro was our last hope.. It did everything we wanted."
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