Merge your PDF online
PDF.live offers a secure environment to protect your most sensitive PDFs, whether it’s the kids’ artwork or financial statements. Our PDF online merger tool can easily upload multiple PDFs to create one PDF file.
Merge files into a PDF with our cloud-based tool is easier than ever. Simply click and drag your files to our online tool, and we merge PDFs for free into one single PDF file that you can download in seconds.
No need to download and install bulky software. Our free online PDF merger tool is “in the cloud,” meaning you simply upload your files, wait, and we do the rest. Works with Windows, Mac, and all OS.
PDF.Live is the best way to merge multiple PDFs into a single file because it is encrypted, fast, and, most importantly, easy to use. We offer free conversions every day. How cool is that?
As we built our online PDF merging tool, we learned a very interesting fact: There are more than a dozen ways to say "merge a PDF." Whether you are looking to consolidate PDF files, collate a PDF, combine 2 PDFs into 1, safely stitch multiple PDFs together or a safe PDF stitcher, put multiple PDFs together, bundle .pdf files, stack a bunch of PDFs, join PDF pages,add one PDF file to another, digitally bind a PDF, save multiple PDFs as one, or group or batch PDF files ( ... whew!...) PDF.Live has you covered.
We’ve made the PDF merging process very simple. Simply locate the PDF file you want to merge on your device and follow the prompts to upload and retrieve your merged PDF file. Remember, the larger your file is, the longer it will take to merge.
The process is the same no matter what device you use — a Windows 10 or 11 computer, Mac laptop, Linux workstation, or a mobile device.
With any file merging tool, you’ll only be able to merge like files. So, PDFs merge with PDFs. If you need to add a Word Doc or an Excel sheet to your merged file, you’ll need to convert those to a PDF. Head to the home page to convert those to PDFs.
Most Apple and Windows computers come with technology that zips files into a single format, called a ZIP file (.zip). You can read more about that in our resource article about how to zip files. Note, though, that zipping files smooshes them into a single folder; it does not combine them into a single file. So if you combine two PDFs, a .doc and a .xls spreadsheet into a zipped format, when you unzip them, they'll still be two PDFs, a DOC and an XLS file.
The answer is yes! It is possible to take two or more PDF files and merge them together with our free PDF merger tool. It's simple to merge multiple PDFs into one file with PDF.Live.
For the latest pdf conversion plans, including our daily free conversions, learn more at: PDF.Live limited and unlimited subscriptions.
With PDF.Live you can merge and split PDFs. To merge a PDF, stay on this page, upload your files and click the green "Select Files to Merge" button. To split a PDF, use our online PDF editor. Learn how to split and merge PDF pages.
As long as you have an internet connection, you can merge, combine and compile PDFs using PDF.Live.
As long as you have an internet connection, you will be able to combine PDFs using PDF.Live on any Windows device.
Yeah, we’ve thought of that too. When you merge a PDF, it creates a larger file, which you might need to reduce in size. Use our PDF compression tool to do that.
Yes and no. If you need to edit a PDF, upload it using our PDF editor. This is a basic editor, which allows you to proofread and leave feedback. You can type text onto the PDF, style the text, and even redact text and images on the PDF. Check out our PDF editor.
Our online tool works only with PDF files. You’ll need to convert your files into PDFs and then follow the instructions for combining or merging the PDF documents into a single file. Read this article about how to merge JPEG files.
PDF.Live’s editor can help you add and remove pages from PDF files. See how it works in this article, “How Can You Add a Page to a PDF?”PDF editor, PowerPoint presentations to PDF (and vice versa), and JPG images to PDF. You can also use our free PDF converter app to merge multiple PDFs and PDF compression tool