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Giveaway of the day — PDF Combine

PDF Combine is a truly reliable tool to easily combine many PDF files into one.
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PDF Combine estaba como Giveaway el día n 5 de abril de 2011

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PDF Combine es una herramienta verdaderamente confiable para combinar fácilmente muchos archivos PDF en uno solo. Funciona con cualquier tipo de archivos PDF. La salida es siempre precisa, lo que es muy importante para las facturas, contratos, estados de cuenta y otros documentos. PDF Combine mantiene la estructura de carpetas si se combinan las subcarpetas dentro de una misma carpeta.

El potente motor del programa hace que el proceso de fusión de archivos sea muy rápido. El programa crea automáticamente los marcadores basados ​​en los nombres de archivo. PDF Combine tiene una interfaz fácil de usar y se puede ejecutar a través de línea de comandos.


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Requerimientos del Sistema:

Win98/ ME/ NT/ 2000/ XP/ Vista/ 7

Publicado por:

CoolUtils.com

Página Oficial:

http://www.coolutils.com/PDFCombine

Tamaño del Archivo:

3.83 MB

Precio:

$59.90

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#5

The problem is "combine" and "clip" are features of every free PDF printer out there. PDF Creator Pro (Sourceforge) does this and more

Bradlee Thedawg  –  9 years ago  –  ¿Te ha parecido útil este comentario? si | no (+81)
#4

Installed easily and combined two pdf ebooks quick and accuratley. I might be seeing things, but I think the combined files looked better than the original. I zoomed into pictures to 400% and the only difference that I could see was that the new pictures were just a little bit lighter/brighter, the originals were just a little darker. I thought the contrast between the white page and the black text was just a little better in the combined files. Windows 7 32 bit ultimate and I veiwed them side by side on the same monitor at the same time. I am not sure when I will ever need this but it worked fine so far.

Davena  –  9 years ago  –  ¿Te ha parecido útil este comentario? si | no (+55)
#3

eXpert PDF Pro does much more - and you can get it free here: http://dottech.org/freebies/18437 ;-)

Adjan  –  9 years ago  –  ¿Te ha parecido útil este comentario? si | no (+54)
#2

DUDES...LOL!!

Am I dreaming or awake??

60 BUCKS for this?? Is it a joke, right??

Come on...what's the point of charging 60$ if you can do the same things (or even more) with FREEWARE or OPEN SOURCE TOOLS??

SIMPO PDF MERGE AND SPLIT is NOT FREE at all, as someone wrongly stated above...

But how about PDFill PDF Tools ???

http://www.4all2all.net/2009/03/pdf-tools-merge-split-encrypt-rotate.html


Works great and does much much more than this GAOTD!!

With this nice tool you can not only Merge & Split PDF pages but also Reorder, Encrypt, Decrypt, Rotate, Crop, Reformat, Header, Footer & Watermark them, as well as convert Images to PDF, PDF to Images and PostScript files into PDF so that a PDF Reader can read it.

You can even delete, flatten or list the PDF Form Fields inside a PDF file.

Did I mention that it's FREE both for Personal and Commercial use??

LOL!!

Enjoy!!

Giovanni  –  9 years ago  –  ¿Te ha parecido útil este comentario? si | no (+24)
#1

PDF Combine is a nice app that does just what the name says, lets you combine existing PDF files. When you're originally creating PDFs it's usually not a big deal to combine several pages, but when you've already got a collection PDF files, from whatever sources, it could come in handy to put them all together in 1 file -- it makes it easier to organize & store/archive, plus given the way the Adobe Reader likes to open each doc in a separate window, can make reading more efficient too. The dev(s?) mention combining bank statements, but the immediate use that comes to mind is organizing on-line purchase records -- I know I *print* a PDF of the order summary &/or the invoice, then receive separate emails from PayPal & the seller, plus several more e-mails with order status updates, plus sometimes I have a rebate form, have to scan & store copies of the UPC etc., & may wind up with added forms & e-mails from the rebate pre-submission & status tracking. By the time I'm ready to archive the records from one purchase I may have a dozen files [sometimes more], & if/when I have to go back through them for something like a warranty claim, I wind up opening several files before finding the one I'm after. PDF Combine may be just the solution to improve the process & simplify that whole mess. Another potential use is better organizing my informal research -- yesterday's GOTD was a good example... While I'm restoring more-or-less virgin copies of VMs [Virtual Machines], taking InstallWatch Pro snapshots & such I Google for info on the app itself [& maybe file names too], bookmark links I might use, & often wind up exploring stuff I come across in the process -- needless to say I can wind up with quite a few PDF docs before I'm done, & combining those that are related could make it easier to both organize & go back through those PDF *notes*.

PDF Combine itself is a small app, with 18 files, 1 folder taking up ~5 MB [a habit from putting apps on USB sticks, deleting unneeded files I'm left with a single, 3 MB .exe file]. The app's settings are stored in an .xml file you'll find in a new folder under User Application Data [XP] or User App Data Roaming [7]. To the registry setup & activation add an uninstall key, 2 app keys, a value with the file path to the .exe, & optionally a couple of entries under ASProtect [something recorded in XP but not win7]. I'd suggest running Activate.exe for every profile that you've setup in Windows. All in all I don't see any reason to not add PDF Combine to your toolbox.

mike  –  9 years ago  –  ¿Te ha parecido útil este comentario? si | no (+22)

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