PDF Merger Mac Simplifies Creating a Single PDF File from Multiple PDFs

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[prMac.com] Xi'an, China - Reezaa is pleased to announce the debut of PDF Merger Mac 1.0, their simple to use and efficient free Mac OS X application that allows users to merge multiple files into a single document, all via a simple drag-and-drop interface. Users can easily adjust the sequence of the source files, and with a single click of a button, create a single PDF document that retains all the formatting, page sizes, and page orientation of the original files.

Adobe PDF files are the document format of choice in today's world, as it allows for easy electronic sharing of important information with clients, co-workers, and end users. Many times, multiple documents may need to be shared with other users, requiring the sending of numerous files to one recipient. PDF Merger Mac makes it simple to merge multiple PDF files, creating a single document that is much simpler to send, receive, and digest.

"Dealing with multiple PDF files related to the same subject or project can be a real hassle, and until now, there wasn't a simple solution to deal with the mess of numerous PDF files," says Reezaa CEO Wu Di. "But now, by using PDF Merger Mac, anyone can quickly and easily create a single PDF file. Thus, allowing them to easily attach a single file to any communications between themselves and other users!"

Why PDF Merger Mac?
* Add or remove files with a single click
* Merge over 1,000 PDF Files in just a few seconds
* Final document retains the original files' page size, orientation, and formatting
* Users can easily change the PDF file merging order
* Clear the entire file list, and start over with one click
* Help, via an easy-to-follow tutorial, is always just click away
* The app is 100% FREE

Merging PDF files with the app is an easy three-step process. First, click the convenient "Add" button to select the PDF files to be merged via the Mac OS X Finder, (or just drag-and-drop the files into the PDF Merger Mac app window). Second, click the "Combine PDFs to" button, which then allows the selection of the drive location and filename of the merged PDF document. The third and final step consists of simply clicking the "Start Now" button to start the merging process. The progress of the process can be readily monitored via the app's progress bar.

Occasionally, before clicking the "Start Now" button, a user will realize they added the documents to the merge list in the wrong order. PDF Merger Mac makes it simple to reorder the source files in order to create the correct sequence of files in the final document. Users merely click a filename, and then click the "Move Up," or "Move Down" buttons to adjust a file's position in the list. Or, simply click on a file, and while holding down on the mouse button, drag it to its fresh position in the list. (The entire list of files can be cleared, if needed, via the handy "Clear List" button.)

PDF Merger Mac offers a quick and easy way for anyone to merge any number of PDF files into one, simple to store and share document. The end result retains the original PDF files' formatting and layout. Users who need to remove encryption from the source PDF files before merging them can use PDF Password Remover, also available from Reezaa.

System Requirements:
* Mac OS X 10.8 or later
* 64-bit Processor
* 1.6 MB

Pricing and Availability:
PDF Merger Mac 1.0 is free, and is available worldwide exclusively through the PDF Merger Mac website.

Founded in 2008, Reezaa develops conversion software for Mac OS X and Windows PCs. The company relies on its extensive experience in developing conversion utilities that have already demonstrated their technical excellence and ease of use in thousands of homes worldwide. All Material and Software (C) Copyright 2016 Reezaa. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, Macintosh and Mac OS X are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries. Other trademarks and registered trademarks may be the property of their respective owners.



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