Customer Questions and Answers

Customer Questions and Answers

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Question:

Can someone help me to combine several PDF files into one? I'm looking for a free way to do this.

Answer:

By Kevin on June 02, 2018

AltoMergePDF can help you. It runs on all internet connected device and combines your pdfs in a few clicks. The service is completely free.

Question:

I have over a dozen scanned PDFs which I want to combine into a single document. How do I do this with my Windows PC?

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By Peter on May 29, 2018

Well, your task is almost done! You’ve already saved your scanned copies as pdfs, now all you need to do is find a proper online tool to process them into a single file. Go to altomergepdf.com and simply upload your scans. I’ve never seen such a handy program!

Question:

Is there a way I could merge my PDF files to a single document? One more thing is that I need my new file to be password protected.

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By Martha on April 14, 2018

Of course there is! But be careful, there’s a whole bunch of equally useless sites and apps out there. Better check out this one: www.altomergepdf.com. Here you can make all kinds of edits to your newly created pdf, including, of course, the password protection.

Question:

I need to compare two PDF files. But the data in one PDF is not correct. I mean I need to first to edit it. But as you know pdfs are uneditable. Is there any chance to find a program that could do this?

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By Cecelia on April 03, 2018

No need to worry. Just convert your PDF file to the Word format. In case you wonder how to do this, go to AltoPDF. It provides you with converting, merging, splitting, and rotating features. So first convert your file to Word to correct text errors, then simply convert it back to PDF and use the merging feature to combine two PDFs into one file and compare them.

Question:

Please! How to attach many pdf files into a one single file??? Waiting for your advice.

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By Robert on May 13, 2018

Try AltoMergePDF. Upload your PDFs to the server, click the Merge Now button, wait a few seconds and save the newly created document to your device. It's free. Access the platfrom from any device. All you need is to connect to the Internet.