Split and merge PDF files

When we create PDF files, they can consist of either one single page or of multiple pages. It can always happen that we will need to add more pages to a PDF document or to remove pages from it at a later point. Luckily there is the possibility to split PDFs into several files and to merge PDFs into a single one. With all the advantages of PDF files it is nice to know that you always keep control of your PDF files and that you have the freedom to change them.

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Split PDF files

There are many situations where a tool that lets you edit PDFs can be useful. For example, if you have a PDF that consists of several pages and you only want to share parts of it, you can split it with a PDF editor tool like PDF Architect and delete those pages you don't want to forward. In case some or all of the pages need to be be in a different order, the tool also lets you rearrange pages within PDF documents. In order to merge PDF files, you can either use PDF Architect as well, or try one of the options described below.

Merge different file formats into one PDF file

The great thing about merging PDFs is that you can merge files that have been created by different people and that stem from different programmes. So instead of having a whole bunch of different files in different formats that actually belong together, you can merge them all into one single PDF file. For example, if you have created a Word file and your colleague created an Excel file and these two need to be put together, you can merge them into one PDF. This can either be done with a PDF converter app like PDFCreator or if it needs to go really quick, you can merge PDFs online with PDFCreator Online. If you merge PDFs in the desktop version of PDFCreator you can easily do this straight after the conversion and create the final file with just a few clicks.