Joining PDFs is handy now and then, but for those of us who haven't shelled out the bucks for Acrobat, it was previously out of reach.
Now we can use PDFBinder, a free Windows app on the Google Code site that works admirably.
Renaming files may help, too, especially if the PDFs all have scan-based names. There are plenty of third-party options designed especially for Windows PDFs.
In the end, you want all highlight all pertinent PDFs (please note the following method only works on Windows 10). A cheap and effective option is Perfect PDF Combine, which may be very useful if you end up combining a lot of PDFs and want an app dedicated to helping out.
You now have a PDF file with all the comments in it.
For example, many PDF users need to assemble documents by merging, inserting, rearranging, renumbering PDF pages or creating a table of contents.
Step 1: Head to your folder and find all the PDFs that you want to combine.
It helps to group them together into one folder, or at least use the “hold shift” trick to highlight multiple files at once.
In this tutorial, learn how to combine PDF or how to merge PDF files into one PDF file using Acrobat X.
There are two ways to get started merging multiple files into one PDF file.