Combine different Adobe Acrobat PDF files together into a notebook-style tabbed document, allowing readers to view the different files by sorting through tabs. You can easily create documents in Microsoft Word and save them as different PDF files, for you will need multiple PDF documents to create one tabbed notebook.
- Skill level:
- Moderately Easy
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Things you need
- Microsoft Word 2007 or later
- Adobe Acrobat 9
Open a new document in a word processor such as Microsoft Word and create the document text. Create a PDF version by clicking the Microsoft Office Button, clicking "Save As," and selecting "PDF or XPS." Type a name for the document and save as a PDF. Create multiple PDFs.
Click on the first PDF file to open. Click on the "Combine" menu, and then select "Merge Files into a Single PDF."
Add the other PDFs to create a merged file by clicking the "Add files ..." button. Select the "Move up" button and arrange the files in the order that you wish.
Combine the PDF files together into one bundle by clicking the "Combine Files" button, and then select "Save" to save the bundle.
Click the "View" menu, select "Navigation Panels," then click "Bookmarks" to see the singular titles of the PDF files in the bundle you created.
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