Adobe Reader 9
Adobe Reader 9
March 4th 2010
PDF (Portable Document Format) is a file formatting software specially made by Adobe Reader to help capture documents and allow them to be shared for our everyday convenience. PDFs can be traded via email, printed as a hard copy or just stay as a saved file on your hard drive. But what if you need to add something to your already saved PDF ? Many people make the mistake of rescanning all the documents; including the newer documents to keep these files in order. Adobe Reader allows for you to take previously PDF and add on new document(s) without rescanning the all of the document(s). Merging documents is a very helpful tool because it saves time and hard drive space. This “What’s New” will show you how to not only merge new document(s) onto your old PDF file but to put these files in chronological and/or numerical order.
How to Merge Documents
1. Place the document(s) you want to scan onto the EPSON Scanner.
2. Start > EPSON Scan > Scan arrow (arrow on the right of the Scan button) > File Save Settings >Image Format > Type > click the PDF option , then click OK.
*( If you want to change the file name it will be found in the same pop up labeled File Save Settings. Find file name and adjust the Prefix as desired.)
3. Adjust the EPSON Scan settings as desired and then click the Scan button to scan the document.
4. Save File.
5. Find and open older PDF .
6. Click Combine Files > Merge Files into Single PDF.
7. On this new pop up screen click Add Files . Use browser as necessary to locate the files you would like to merge.
8. Click Move Up or Move Down to adjust the pages into whatever order you would like , then click Next.
Voila! You have a Merged PDF file.