PDF Binder is a free program for Microsoft Windows operating systems that lets you merge multiple PDF documents into one.
There are several scenarios where users might want to merge PDF files on their computer system.
Some of the most popular ones are to join multiple pdf files into one for easier access, to merge collaborative work into one larger pdf document, and to combine multiple documents into one before transferring them others.
PDF Binder is an Open Source tool for the Windows operating system that you can use to merge PDF files effectively.
You need to install PDF Binder before you can start using it. You may add PDF files to the processing queue by dragging and dropping them into the program interface, or by using the add file button instead which opens a file browser.
The PDF files are concatenated in the exact order they are added. This means that the PDF that is displayed at the top will be the first, and the one in last position last.
You may use up and down arrows provided by PDF Binder to change the order. That's useful if files were not added the right when during drag and drop operations.
Click on the "bind" button once you are satisfied with the order and selection of documents to start the merging of the PDF files.
It opens a save file dialog which you use to enter the target file name of the merged PDF document and select the save location on the local system.
The process takes a few seconds at the most, and saves the pdf file that contains all merged pdf documents to the selected directory.
PDF Binder is an easy to use application to merge PDF files. It is Open Source, compatible with all versions of the Microsoft Windows operating systems (tested on Windows 7 Professional) and requires the Microsoft .net Framework.
Update: The program is no longer available on the Internet. Development appears to have been abandoned, and the developer site the software was published on is no longer available.
We have uploaded the latest release version of PDF Binder to our own server. Please note that we don't support it in any way, and have uploaded it solely for archiving purposes.
Click on the following link to download the program to your system: PDFBinder-v1.2.zip
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