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Giveaway of the day — PDF Combine

PDF Combine allows users to combine several PDF files to a single PDF document in few seconds.
$29.95 EXPIRED
User rating: 272 (32%) 587 (68%) 71 comments

PDF Combine was available as a giveaway on September 2, 2012!

Today Giveaway of the Day
$19.95
free today
Print large posters, banners, signs, wall murals within a few minutes!

You may have a few burst PDF document pages or pieces on your work, and need a tool to combine those PDF pages and files to a single PDF document. PDF Combine is a Windows application to combine several PDF pieces and files to a single one. It also auto-decrypt the user password protected PDF files.

Features:

  • Adobe Acrobat is NOT required.
  • Support PDF files in 50+ languages.
  • Combine 100+ of PDF files in a few seconds.
  • Support all Windows platforms.
  • Auto-decrypt owner password.

System Requirements:

Windows XP/ 2000/ 2003/ Vista/ 7/ 8

Publisher:

PDFZilla.com

Homepage:

http://www.pdfcombine.net/

File Size:

9.79 MB

Price:

$29.95

Comments on PDF Combine

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Too late for a comment, but hope is still there for people who installed the GAOTD offering and never did test (like me till today) or just left it at the non-working state.

#24 gives the URL from the pdfcombine website. This works well with the GAOTD key inside the readme.txt file.

Enjoy :-)

Reply   |   Comment by seby  –  3 years ago
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@63, Sue Ross: Good news, but ... WHERE can I find the bug-fixed version? Not on this site: I just redownlaoded and installed and it still does not combine pdf's.

Reply   |   Comment by gergn  –  3 years ago
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I had nothing but difficulties trying every way to get it to work, even downloaded it twice. I wrote the admin and, to my surprise, they wrote back saying the bug was fixed. EUREKA! It worked perfectly. This is a great program. I would suggest they leave it open for another day, even publicize it, to let everyone know they answer theri e-mail, even in the middle of the night, and fix problems. I have needed something like this for ages and didn't know it existed. Thanks for a great product and standing behind it.

Reply   |   Comment by Sue Rose  –  3 years ago
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Re 42, "I know that ALL comments made here are not from English speaking people as their main language." (I changed "all" into "ALL")

Surely there will be at least ONE comment from a native speaker??

But native-speakerism is no guarantee that the spelling will be correct in the eyes of the reader. If only because some write "optimisation" and others write "optimization". The US error corrector sees "optimisation" as incorrect. The UK error correction accepts both forms. And "speakerism" is not an English word. So my Chrome spelling corrector puts a red wobbly line below it. But I assume you will understand what I mean. Language is a living thing.

Reply   |   Comment by gergn  –  3 years ago
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@ Dae

Are you suffering from a mental condition or are you seriously just that slow? Even if you really did have a website of free offerings, this program isn't free except for today. It usually cost $29.95, which is $29.95 too much. No alternative to compare this to? You apparently have a reading comprehension issue also. Try reading some of the prior comments. There are LOTS of alternatives mentioned...and they actually are free.

Reply   |   Comment by ChaosReigns  –  3 years ago
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#46, spiral #19 TK – “support all windows platforms” and yer comment is “suspect doesn’t support PRE windows NT”

"well,
1. if its “Pre” then its not Windows, , so the statement still holds true."

Umm NO, as MANY versions of Microsoft Windows Predate Windows NT release to the domestic retail market! Windows NT was primarily the business software development stream of Microsoft Windows but was not by any means the only Microsoft WIndows product. Retail windows was initally a 16-bit product srarting at windows 1.0 and going to windows 3.11 in various steps and then changed to windows 95 in various editions then Windows 98 in various editions and finally Windows Milenium Edition that came out just after Windows NT 5.0 (Windows 2000). Windows XP was the first edition of Windows NT targeted at the domestic retail market. So either you know very little about Microsoft Windows and should not be trying to argue what you have no clue about or you have nothing to say about the current offereing at all so are trying to make a non-point

"2. your pronouncing judgement without testing yer theory first? why?"

How would you know if I tested the "theory" or not?

No need to test anything their claim is plainily false and imposible so has no need to be tested, "all windows" means ALL windows versions ever produced not just the latter NT versions listed in GAOTD system requirements. Also I believe it is safe to say that the GAOTD wrapper system will not function under windows 3.0 so even if the vendors app could run on those versions it could not be installed from the GAOTD setup.exe and setup.gcd wrapper anyway!

"3. if some weird way it’s true, the percentage of the people it effects are single digit and easily corrected by those it effects."

Case in point, it all goes to the trustability of the vendor if their marketing claims are true or in this case not. Not the number of people unable to run the product because they are runnning windows 95/98/ME oe even windows 3.1, let alone windows NT 4.0

"my point being – why you trolling? I was happy to see comments actually being useful. then this comment. PLEASE – I beg you – don’t mess up a good day on GAOTD."

Too late the giveaway applications bugs already ruined it, please read the comments before you criticize others and make unfounded accusations of trolling and posting misleading information, I suggest you look up the definition of the term and check yourself, 'nuff said, apologies to everyone else I'll try not to feed the trolls further, assuming this make it pass the moderator.

Reply   |   Comment by TK  –  3 years ago
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Message for Giovanni...you RocK DuDe...It's so good to have someone of your caliber to find alternatives to Giveawayoftheday. Keep up the great work!!! :>)

Reply   |   Comment by Jamesmaxxx  –  3 years ago
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program by default installs to root of C: drive, which is bad form; I recommend using your (32-bit) program folder instead.

Reply   |   Comment by lovingthesixties  –  3 years ago
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Initially, the program did not produce any output.
Without unistalling, it then worked after I installed the trial version available at the developer's website.
I successfully re-entered GOTD's code to register the software.
To test, I first converted webpages to PDF files using a Firefox Add-On, before merging them with today's giveaway.
The merged file looks ok.

Reply   |   Comment by cleave  –  3 years ago
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downloaded "bug fix" version from link in comment #24, installed it (I had never installed the GOTD version) and registered it with GOTD key. So far as I can tell, everything seems to work fine, although I trust someone else will double-check that out. Looks like all the comments I can read up to now (i.e. through #52) used GOTD version and not the "Bug Fix" replacement.

Reply   |   Comment by internetexplorer  –  3 years ago
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At 45."Finally found a solution.
Go to http://www.pdfcombine.net/
Download the _PORTABLE_ version zip.
This version seems to work fine!"

Comment by whaladicus — September 2nd, 2012 at 11:30 am

That worked and I was able to register it with the GOTD key in their readme.

Reply   |   Comment by perryntx  –  3 years ago
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Unless I missed something, installation and ease of use seem pretty straight forward. But try as I may, for the life of me I've still not seen an output file. Regardless of what I set the Output folder to be it still comes up empty. I see from the comments that I'm not the only one who has this unsolved mystery. This program doesn't do a whole hell of allot and it apparently can't even do that. Then again maybe I'm just missing something.

Reply   |   Comment by Phu Kew  –  3 years ago
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I'am just glad to see that its not me who had problem with this app. downloaded on xp and win7 (2computers) did nothing when I clikcked "combine". worthless app.

Reply   |   Comment by Reza  –  3 years ago
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PDFTools is FREE!it comes w/ PDF writer... also FREE + PDF editor demo.
Though GUI is not pretty...
It can Encrypt, Decrypt, Join, Split, Stamp, Create, Rearrange a PDF file & Convert XML to PDF etc...
And it does an EXCELENT job !!

Reply   |   Comment by Mr Freeman  –  3 years ago
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I am sure the "PDF Combine" company has tried to make their product a good one, YOU CLEARLY HAVE NOT TESTED THOROUGHLY, which tells me a lot about the quality of your product. You will never succeed if you continue with a poor quality product, whether you have just fixed it or not.

I would not put this on my PC for any money in the world.

Reply   |   Comment by Tom  –  3 years ago
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In the software description is written: "Auto-decrypt Owner Password". How does it work?
In the FAQ page (http://www.pdfcombine.net/faq.html) is also written: "PDF Combine cannot combine user password protected PDF documents."
Thank you for the help.

Reply   |   Comment by Antonio Saverio  –  3 years ago
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BTW: go here for the BEST PDF FREEWARE TOOLS:
http://www.techsupportalert.com/content/best-free-pdf-tools.htm

Reply   |   Comment by Tom  –  3 years ago
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Here is the ONLY PDF Tools kit you will need:

PDFTools 1.3 is a PDF management application.
It can encrypt, decrypt, join, split, stamp, create and rearrange a PDF file. Version 1.1+ includes a very powerful and simple to use XML to PDF converter.

Oh, and did I say IT IS FREE?
http://www.sheelapps.com/

Reply   |   Comment by Tom  –  3 years ago
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I solved all problems indicated in my previous post.
I downloaded the trial from the producer site (http://www.pdfcombine.net/) and used the serial number from the giveaway readme file to register.
The software installed from that file had no problems.
Tested and it worked fine.

Reply   |   Comment by Antonio Saverio  –  3 years ago
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Like most of the rest I add pdf files to folder, and it is empty. Waste of time!!

Reply   |   Comment by joedw00  –  3 years ago
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After my previous comment (#14) I thought I'd wait about 6 hours and then try to download again and extract the files to specific folder and not to a temporary one. I completely uninstalled the copy I installed about 6 A.M. with Revo Uninstaller to be sure there were no left over parts which could cause a problem. I tried using the default output folder (C:\Output) as well as on of my own on the same drive the files were stored on.

After numerous tries I am unable to find a combined PDF using the Everything search engine. I am once again uninstalling this program. Too bad.

I am using a two week old Asus Computer with Windows 7 Professional 64 Bit updated last evening.

Reply   |   Comment by William Gorman  –  3 years ago
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As with so many others here, installed, ostensibly ok, except got message "giveawayoftheday has stopped working" at end of install, although program strated with registration, thereafter, except NO OUTPUT

Reply   |   Comment by NP  –  3 years ago
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Installed OK but it is not working.
There are some problems I found:
1. Some of the command buttons positions do not match the inscriptions (SettingxRemove Files, HelpxSetting, ExitxHelp, xExit)
2. After the Combine Now is done the combined files should go to a chosen folder, indicated in the bottom, but this is not happening
3. Setting bottom is just to define the beep after files combined (?)
4. The files box does not match the place defined to it in the program window
5. The program window is bigger than necessary and a white margin appears in its right and bottom area.

I think this is not nor a final version but just a beta version.
Horrible program. I am uninstalling it.

Reply   |   Comment by Antonio Saverio  –  3 years ago
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With no alternative software to compare this with, I find today's giveaway a good idea and, as always, a good deal. Perhaps the negative votes came from folks who have no use for a utility such as this. I do. I will use it on my website for the free presentations I offer.

Thank you for this opportunity!

Happy Dae·

Reply   |   Comment by Dae Powell  –  3 years ago
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There's a cute little program called PDFsam. It's free, open source and works very well. No need to pay for this - but hey, it's free today!

Reply   |   Comment by Lothar  –  3 years ago
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#19 TK - "support all windows platforms" and yer comment is "suspect doesn't support PRE windows NT"

well,
1. if its "Pre" then its not Windows, , so the statement still holds true.
2. your pronouncing judgement without testing yer theory first? why?

3. if some weird way it's true, the percentage of the people it effects are single digit and easily corrected by those it effects.

my point being - why you trolling? I was happy to see comments actually being useful. then this comment. PLEASE - I beg you - don't mess up a good day on GAOTD.

Reply   |   Comment by spiral  –  3 years ago
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I needed this last week but found that you could combine PDF files online for free. Since I only need this about once a year, I'll just use the online version.

Reply   |   Comment by Charlie  –  3 years ago
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Finally found a solution.
Go to http://www.pdfcombine.net/
Download the _PORTABLE_ version zip.
This version seems to work fine!

Reply   |   Comment by wladicus  –  3 years ago
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from their website
"I clicked Combine Now button, but nothing happened. What should I do?

If you are using Vista/Win7/win8, Please run the program as Administrator: click on the icon by right mouse button, select "Run As Administrator", then combine files.

And sometimes anti-virus software might false alert for the backend program of PDF Combine. Please add PDF Combine to your anti-virus white list, then try again. "

Reply   |   Comment by fakman  –  3 years ago
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I know that all comments made here are not from English speaking people as their main language. But, please before pressing the submit comment key, reread your comments that you have made and check it for spelling mistakes. Thank you.

Reply   |   Comment by Andy  –  3 years ago
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I am not planning to install this software, even though it is free today. Reason: Bullzip PDF printer does this very easily, except I'm not sure about opening password-protected files. Simply Print one PDF to the PDF printer, and append it to the existing one.
http://www.bullzip.com/products/pdf/info.php

Reply   |   Comment by Joel S.  –  3 years ago
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Same problem as the majority of responders - installed easily, registered easily, ran easily, and produced no output.

Reply   |   Comment by SRH  –  3 years ago
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Tried everything I could think of - still no output!
Interface needs some work!
If someone knows how to make this work then let us know please.

Reply   |   Comment by wladicus  –  3 years ago
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No files in C:\Output\
Creates temp files in C:\tmpMerge and the deletes them.
Ignores PDF fragments.
In short, Doesn't work!

Reply   |   Comment by Bob  –  3 years ago
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Running Win 7 Ultimate 32bit SP1
Downloaded, installed very easily.
Registration is little confusing as you have to click on a buy a license key...!
Program is small, nice looking but it is not delivering what it promised to deliver, not with password protected PDFs nor with unprotected ones! Definitely a THUMBS DOWN from me...
Thanks GOTD, but the developer should at least check their products to see if they work!

Reply   |   Comment by Moudy63  –  3 years ago
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I have tried to ask this on the forum, but alas, 24 hours later, I'm still waiting for my emailed password to log in to actually post there. So hoping someone can tell me HERE. What has GOTD done to their installation wrapper? The last thing I was able to install from them was Around the World in 80 Days, and now everything else - either here or at game giveaway - all I get is an error message that says:

"Windows cannot access the specified device, path, or file. You may not have the appropriate permissions to access the item." I'm running Windows 7 and since I am the only one who uses my PC, I AM running as administrator.

So can someone tell me what the trick is to install the software from here now? Or please point me to the thread in the forum (which I've looked for but cannot seem to find) that says how I can git 'er done?

Thank you!

Reply   |   Comment by GoHybrid  –  3 years ago
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the blurb about today's program says it also decrypts user passwords, but I don't have anything to test it on, so I don't know about that. Of course, given its problems in doing its other alleged capability, there is certainly reason to doubt that it will do decrypt passwords either. It's a crying shame, since PDFZilla has a good rep as far as I know. Any chance it is mistakenly putting the result somewhere else instead of where it was supposed to go? I wish I had a tool to check on that possibility.

Reply   |   Comment by internetexplorer  –  3 years ago
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PDFTools - Always FREE!!!
It can Encrypt, Decrypt, Join, Split, Stamp, Create, Rearrange a PDF file & Convert XML to PDF.

http://sheelapps.com/index.php?p=PDFTools.HomePage&action=view

Reply   |   Comment by ChaosReigns  –  3 years ago
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it sucks so much it is great. i hate loving it but i bent it backwards so i dont know. elephants everywhere elephants. why does this piss yellow rain fall on me all the day?

Gooberish boofoo

Honkywalls and brotherwalls. shine em up yo

Reply   |   Comment by TOM  –  3 years ago
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I don't know where I'm going wrong, but there is no result in the output folder. I tried with several pdf files with the same result. This is a complete waste of time, so don't bother with it unless you enjoy frustration!

Reply   |   Comment by Caseman  –  3 years ago
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This program simply doesn't work! XP sp3 here...

Reply   |   Comment by Robert P  –  3 years ago
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From PDF Combine FAQ:

Some PDF Files cannot be Combined, Why?
Your PDF files might be protected by user password. Please try to open your PDF file to check if it asks you for the password. PDF Combine cannot combine user password protected PDF documents.

I clicked Combine Now button, but nothing happened. What should I do?
If you are using Vista/Win7/win8, Please run the program as Administrator: click on the icon by right mouse button, select "Run As Administrator", then combine files.

And sometimes anti-virus software might false alert for the backend program of PDF Combine. Please add PDF Combine to your anti-virus white list, then try again.

Reply   |   Comment by nix  –  3 years ago
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1. A free alternative that works perfectly: "PDF Blender" at
http://www.spaceblue.com/products/pdfblender/index.html
Note: You have to install the free Ghostscript software BEFORE installing "PDF Blender".

2. A free alternative that will combine separate PDF files AND allow you to rearrange/delete pdf pages in any way you want: "PdfJumbler" at
http://sourceforge.net/projects/pdfjumbler/

3. A free alternative that does everything the above two programs do and a WHOLE lot more: "Advanced PDF Utilities Free" at
http://download.cnet.com/Advanced-PDF-Utilities-Free/3000-18497_4-75737332.html

Reply   |   Comment by Stu  –  3 years ago
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Well, the GOTD part went as a breeze as usual lately. Installed without problems on Win 7 64-bit. But the software itself... I was briefly excited about its portability but PDF Combine turns out to be yet another One-Click-Wonder that promises gold but fails to deliver.

Combine 100+ of PDF Files in Few Seconds. After a few seconds it didn't even combine two files. I've read the FAQ so after verifying in a Sandboxie that PDF Combine wasn't doing weird or malicious things, I ran as Admin, used unprotected PDF's and gave it an exception rule in my AV. Didn't make any difference whatsoever.

Support All Windows Platforms But not my roommate's Windows Phone. Oh well, nitpicking I guess...

Auto-decrypt Owner Password. Not what the FAQ says: do not use password protected PDF's. So what does this even mean? It'll try to bruteforce the PDF password? Or is it just a hollow phrase?

And sometimes anti-virus software might false alert for the backend program of PDF Combine. What backend program is PDF Combine using that triggers a false positive? Are you using your own code or are you using some third-party library? Or is the digital signature failing? The lack of information (and forums!) is rather dissapointing.

Uninstalled and thumbed down.

@Jo For the .zip file you'll need nothing extra, just double-click it and an extract-dialog should appear. Extract to a new folder. And as for the Setup.gcd file, the Setup.exe will take care of that, you don't need to do anything with it. Just run Setup.exe and use the licensing info in the readme.txt. So actually not hard at all and no extra software needed!

Reply   |   Comment by Dany  –  3 years ago
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The price point on this software is (to be blunt) set ridiculously high for what amounts to nothing more than a single "feature".

There are many free and/or open source alternative programs out there that not only offer the ability to merge, but also burst, rotate, re-order, etc. . This program isn't worth the price of a used gum wrapper.

In the meantime. . .folks. . .here's a site with a great list of various Free pdf related applications that will allow you to merge files and much more.

http://www.techsupportalert.com/content/best-free-pdf-tools.htm
(note: not all apps are full-featured with free licenses. read the info on each)


PDFforge also now has the free PDF Architect to compliment their great free PDF Creator Application (virtual PDF printer).

http://www.pdfforge.org/

For more advance users, xpdf over at Foolabs is worth checking out.

http://www.foolabs.com/xpdf/download.html

and finally for those that aren't afraid of getting a few virtual paper cuts tackling command line programs and doing batch file creation. . .there is also the swiss army knife of pdf manipulation - PDFTK.

http://www.pdflabs.com/tools/pdftk-the-pdf-toolkit/

:-)

Reply   |   Comment by kalford  –  3 years ago
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Files are staged in C:\tmpMerge

I tried combining tow PDF's and there was no progress, only the left behind files in C:\tmpMerge

is this a beta program? It sure isn't ready for prime time with all these comments about it failing at the ONE thing it's supposed to do.

Reply   |   Comment by Jim  –  3 years ago
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The installation from GAOTD worked as instructed.
It registered with the GAOTD activation number.
NO OUTPUT.

I installed the non-free version from the author's website... it works... output created (yet unregistered -1st page inside the combined PDF is an annoy-ware reminder that the app is unregistered).

I used the GAOTD activation number and it broke the app. No output after registration.

I don't vouch for the tests steps above as meaningful --but no animals were harmed in this test.

Reply   |   Comment by DonEMitchell  –  3 years ago
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I am so sorry for the bug, we have fixed the bug just now:

http://www.pdfcombine.net/down/pdfcombine.exe

Reply   |   Comment by PDF Combine  –  3 years ago
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It failed to function after install and activation.
The user interface was out of synch in mouse position and actual command click.

Tested with 2 pdf files 3 times and all 3 times, nothing was combined and there was no output.

Uninstalled.

Reply   |   Comment by ric  –  3 years ago
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I downloaded it. I made sure that all files were in the same folder. Then I ran Setup. It connected to GOTD and it opened a popup giving me the activation code. It opened a browser window which said that PDF Combine had been successfully activated. What it didn't do is install the software. There is no sign of it anywhere in the Program Files folder tree, and the Windows Add/remove program facility doesn't list it.

I give up with GOTD. Since it was messed up for security reasons, I have only once got anything to install and run. I won't waste my time trying in future.

I would like to try out this software though, because it looks useful. If I download it from the pdfcombine website and use the registration key that GOTD gave me, will I get a working program?

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