Sewing PDF Documents Together
Whether you are a guy or a gal, old or young, one of life’s most useful skills to learning to sew a button.
If you know how to use a needle and thread life becomes just a little bit easier here and there.
The some thing holds for e-life. Knowing how to splice and dice PDF documents is a handy trick to know about and keep in your toolbox until those times when you really need it.
Here’s how I solve the urge to merge PDF documents with a free service that’s easy to learn and use online.
Whether I’ve created the original PDF documents separately myself or if I’m trying to add a new page to an existing document or just simply merging multiple PDF files into one single PDF document, I go to PDF Hammer to make the quick fix.
It’s simple to rearrange, delete, or reorder pages within any given PDF document. The service even allows you to edit the metadata fields including author, title, subject and document keywords.
And best of all, you can save the final file back to your own hard drive without any hassle.
Basically, it works as advertised.
Hope finding other simple, intuitive and practical solutions like this one in 2009 won’t be like finding a needle in a haystack!