Combining PDF files usually requires the purchase or download of a decent PDF reader. But when you need to quickly merge your files, and don’t have an advanced enough PDF reader on your computer, there’s a more efficient way of combining your files than buying and downloading software. There are free PDF merging tools online that let you merge your files with any device and operating system. We’ll list some of the best available below.
How to Combine PDF Files for Free
Visit any of the online PDF merging tools’ websites below.
Upload PDFs, documents, spreadsheets, presentations, or images from your computer or various cloud storage providers.
Sedja lets you upload PDF and image files from your computer, Google Drive, and Dropbox, reorder them in any way you want, generate a table of contents, merge them into one PDF document, and save your document to Dropbox.
You can even scan physical documents with your phone, email them to Sejda, and they’ll merge and send your combined PDF document to you in a matter of seconds.
PDF2GO lets you drag and drop PDFs, documents, spreadsheets, presentations, and images from your computer, Google Drive, Dropbox, and even the internet. You can also adjust the order of your files before you merge them into a single PDF document.
DocuPub lets you merge PDFs, documents, spreadsheets, presentations, and images from your computer into one PDF document. Just make sure you upload them in your preferred order before you download your merged document.
Small PDF lets you drag and drop your PDF files from your computer, Google Drive, or Dropbox into its uploader, rearrange their order, and merge them into a single PDF document. They also permanently deletes your files from their servers within an hour of upload to protect your privacy.
Hipdf lets you drag and drop PDF files from your computer, Google Drive, Dropbox, Microsoft Online, and Box into its uploader and arrange their order in any way you want. Their servers will also permanently delete your files within an hour of upload to maximize your security.
Originally published Sep 20, 2018 7:00:00 AM, updated September 20 2018