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How to Combine and Merge Files into One PDF Document - Feature Focus

Bundledocs allows you to effortlessly combine and merge any file you have uploaded into a single PDF document. This is great for anyone that wants to quickly combine files so it appears just how you want in the completed bundle. The best part? It can all be done directly from your web browser so there is no need to download any additional software!

 

How to combine and merge files into one PDF document

Step One: Upload

Securely upload your documents into Bundledocs. It can be a word document, PDF, images - whatever type of file you are working on. 

Step Two: Order

Select the files in the order in which you want them to appear. No need to drag and drop (although you can if you want!).

Step Three: Merge

When you are ready, all selected files will automatically appear in red and will be numbered in the order in which they will be merged. The final step is to simply select the 'Merge' button.

That's it! Once selected, Bundleocs will automatically combine and merge your files into a single PDF file. This is immediately available to download. Simply select the 'Edit Details' option (to the right of your newly merged document). From here you will be able to download your merged PDF document at once. Full details are covered in the manual, so access Bundledocs to learn more. 

Video: Merge Documents into One PDF

Check out our video to see how you can quickly and easily merge any document - whether it’s a word document, image, PDF, scan etc. - into a single PDF file.

Any questions? Get in touch with our team and they will be happy to help. Remember we offer a FREE 30-day trial too so you can test it out and see how it works for yourself. 

Merge Documents with Ease

Bundledocs offers users a wide range of features to help make the process of creating bundles simple. One of these is our 'Merge' function. Utilising this feature enables you to easily merge multiple files into one single document. For those that are familiar with this feature already, don't worry it is also available within our App. 

Let's take a look at how you can effortlessly merge multiple documents within the new Bundledocs App...

1. Click here to select any files you want to merge. All selected documents will appear in red, as shown above. 

2. Select 'Merge'

3. Selected files will merge immediately. Easily re-name by double clicking on the file name or by selecting the 'Edit Details' button. 

Feature Focus: Easily Merge Case Documents with Bundledocs

In our most recent release of Bundledocs, we introduced a number of great feature enhancements and updates. One of these was the re-introduction of our Merge feature. 

What is this merge function? The merge function enables you to quickly and easily merge multiple files into a single document. It is particularly beneficial if you are working with large documents. For example, some offices may scan large documents in different sections. However, when you are creating your bundle it may be preferable for these documents to be merged - so they will appear as a single file within your index and completed bundle. That's where Bundledocs comes in. 

How is this done within Bundledocs? Let's take a quick look. 

1. Upload your case documents

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2. Select the documents you wish to merge. Remember to hold the CTRL or SHIFT key on your keyboard to select multiple documents at once. 

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3. Once files are selected, click the 'Merge' button. You will be prompted to see if you would like to merge the selected files. Select OK to confirm. 

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4. All selected documents will be merged into a single file. By default, the newly merged documents will take the name of the first document in the sequence. To re-name, simply double click the file name. 

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With Bundledocs, merging case documents has never been easier! Remember, if at any time you would like to split any merged documents - or any other document contained within Bundledocs - that is no problem. Simply utilise our 'Split Range' feature to quickly and easily split/divide your case documents, according to your requirements. Learn more about our 'Split Range' feature now!