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I Love PDF Merge Tool | Combine PDFs Online

by Hung Nguyen

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We offer the best online tool for you to merge PDF files for free—no registration is required.

PDF documents are lightweight, quick to load, and easy to merge. With our online PDF merge tool, you can combine as many PDF documents as you’d like, at no cost.

How To Use the I Love PDF Merge Tool for Free

  1. Go to our online PDF Merge tool.

  2. Drag and drop your PDFs in to upload them.

  3. Reorganize the pages as you need.

  4. Click ‘Merge PDFs’ to merge your files.

  5. Download the combined PDF documents.

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The I Love PDF tool in action!

Continue To Work With PDFs After Merging

 

Merging PDFs makes it easy for many to share digital documents, e.g., you will only need to attach one file instead of many for emailing. We also have a few handy integrations if you wish to export your merged PDF to a Google Drive or Dropbox account post-conversion.

Pro tip: Once you merge PDF pages into one, you can compress it down to a much smaller size, which should save even more time to upload/download such documents.

There are 20+ online tools for you to use on our platform. You can split PDFs into many, convert PDF to JPG, Word, Excel, or PPT, and even protect them with passwords for long term archiving. Whatever you need, we’ve got just the PDF tool.

Cross-Platform PDF Tools

 

With our site, you can merge files into a single PDF from just about any platform: your PC, your mobile device, or your iPad tablet. All we require is a working internet connection.

There is our mobile app—for those looking to enhance their on-the-go productivity. Aside from all the standard converters such as PDF to Word, PDF to Excel, etc.—the tool comes with a built-in feature for you to create PDF scans from scratch—by taking photos of physical documents.

Once you create PDF scans, you can then merge those PDFs by sending those scans to our online platform—it won’t take more than a few clicks to accomplish.

And then there’s the desktop app—for those who look to merge PDFs straight from their computer. Even better than the online version, there is no file size or document number limits—you may drag and drop as many PDF files into the tool to merge them, all in one go.

If you have other file types on hand that you need in that document—don’t overcomplicate things. Don’t crop images to insert into PDFs (albeit this task is feasible with our PDF Editor); instead, convert those images into PDF format and then merge them.

The online tool can convert non-PDFs for you instead. When you go on the Merge PDF tool—all you have to do is drag and drop those non-PDF files into the purple drop area, and voila—we’ll merge them into one PDF for you.

Hung Nguyen
Hung Nguyen
Content Marketing Manager