PdfEditor 4 Professional
From: 79,00 €
Merge different PDFs into a new document or split large PDFs into individual documents?
Works easily with PdfEditor!
The software for Microsoft Windows is foolproof to use and works very reliably – of course also without Adobe Acrobat.
It’s a situation everyone is familar with: There is a deadline for a presentation to be created, but all the necessary documents and attachments are in different softwares/formats or are stored at different locations.
You may either send the customer a whole host of individual documents or use PdfEditor to merge all the documents into a single, standard-compliant PDF.
Combine not only PDFs, but also various Office formats in brand new PDF documents.
You want to merge multiple documents, but the cover sheet is part of the file that you actually want to merge as the last document in your complete PDF?
In such cases, it is possible to select documents repeatedly. First, select the document with the cover sheet and define as ‘Page Range’ “Page 1”.
Now select your other files. At the end, add the first document again (the one containing the cover sheet), but this time select the range of pages excluding the cover page (page 2 to page ‘x’).
PdfEditor offers a PDF splitting function. Simply select the desired PDF files and specify how you want to split the PDF pages:
It really couldn’t be easier!
|Local installation, one-time license fee (no subscription fees, no follow-up costs)|
|Free updates within major version, life-time license|
|Editing of text directly in the PDF|
|Editing of graphics and images|
|Elimination of content by redaction|
|Highlighting of text as if using a highlighter pen|
|Creation and entering of PDF forms|
|Merge several documents to form a PDF|
|Split multi-page PDFs|
|Headers and footers including date function and page numbering|
|Add stationery, graphic or watermark to your PDF|
|Enabling searches to be made in scanned PDFs per OCR|
|Creation of PDFs from every printable application|
The trial version contains all the functions of the PdfEditor full version, however, it inserts a watermark in all edited PDFs (a backup of the original file is, of course, created). Needless to say, this limitation is not present in the full version.