packing up PDF files into one

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Having issue with converted word files to PDF. Post converting, I need to take several pdf files and make them one file to send by e-mail :confused:. I have tried several different ways. But no luck. What is frustrating is that I know it's something simple I'm missing.
adobe acrobat standard 6.0. XP op system.
 
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I'm assuming that what you want to do is compile a single PDF document containing pages from several PDF documents.

To do this just open one of the PDFs (choose the one with the pages you want to appear first in the finished document). Then navigate to Documents/Pages/Insert and browse for the next PDF file you want to include. Repeat for all the files. If you find the pages in the new PDF are in the wrong order, you can use the thumbnails in the Pages tab on the left to drag pages into the correct sequence.

If you want to retain copies of all the individual PDFs, make sure to choose 'Save As' and type a new name for the compilation PDF - if you just save it then the file you opened first will be over-written (all the PDFs you inserted will still be there).
 
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