Free PDF Merging Tool: PDF Combine

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A new freeware application from PDFCombine.net quickly combines PDF files.

PDFCombine.net today released PDF Combine, a new PDF merging application, operates on a very simple premise - even new computer users should have access to the same set of features as major corporations when working with PDF files. PDF Combine exceeds this goal on all fronts. Its flexible interface supports selecting PDF files from the traditional file dialogue, or even dragging and dropping them right into the program's main box. The sleek, minimalist design allows the user to then merge PDF documents together with a single button, watching the results in real time.

As publishers around the world are increasingly turning towards digitization of their books and articles, the task of organizing collections of digital documents has become a primary concern for many individuals who are finding that more and more of their personal libraries exist on their computers. The Portable Document Format (PDF) is one of the most popular and widespread technologies used in the encoding of these books in a human readable way, creating a greater need for software which can manipulate these files so that they can be stored logically. PDF Combine is a powerful new tool that rises to meet these challenges in a creative and easy to use way.

"I just think it's unacceptable that tools which allow this kind of functionality aren't already widespread and standard on computers," said Dickson, the developer of PDF Combine, "it's something that we all need to do at one time or another." On this count, he is certainly right. With many major vendors such as Amazon and Barnes and Noble now selling more than half of their stock as digital copies, PDF combining tools are vital for any avid reader who wishes to keep their library organized, especially if they plan to scan printed works and create single PDF files from the entire collection of pages.

The best feature PDF Combine has to offer, however, is almost certainly its price, as Dickson has generously developed this program for free. Available on all editions of Windows, its lightweight design makes it an easy install even on outdated machines. The download is available at http://www.pdfcombine.net/, and is an easy single-click installation.

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