Free tool for merging and splitting PDF documents.
Note: All processing is done locally on your device. That means your pdf files are not transferred to the server.
This tool allows you to **split your PDF files* at a given page. You can also use it to merge** multiple PDF files into one PDF document. You can configure the order in which you'd like to merge the files by dragging the icons of your selected PDF files.
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You can also use this tool to remove password encryption from a PDF file. Note that you need to know the password upfront.
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How to Use
Just drag your pdf files to the rectangle on top of the page or pick files from file picker. Once you select your PDF files, items with PDF names will appear. You can sort the items by dragging the boxes around. That will determine the merge order.
Once you have your PDF items in correct order, tap on merge button that appeared above your items.
If you want to split pdf files, tap on "SPLIT" button next to selected PDF file name and select the page at which to split the file (starting from page 1).
Password-protected PDF files appear with a lock icon. Tap on the lock and enter the correct password. Once you entered the correct password, you'll be able to remove the password, or perform splitting and merging.
You Want Other features or Something Is Not Working
In case something wasn't working, or you would like this tool to offer some additional features, write directly to my email email@example.com.
I'll try to fix bugs and add requested features if possible.
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