Though we can’t call PDF Split & Merge a feature-rich app, we can call it a very easy tool for joining and separating PDF files. Although you can read the tutorial to learn how the program works, the simplistic interface should get most users self-started. You split PDFs according to page number, simply specifying which pages you want in the final file. Merging files is a bit more complicated since you must load files individually rather than in a batch. Regardless, both splitting and merging PDFs was a quick, painless affair in our tests, but beyond its primary purpose, PDF Split & Merge doesn’t offer any customization features. For example, you can only split by full pages and can’t extract or merge text from different pages. Despite this downfall, the program provides a quick and simple solution for users who need to regularly alter PDFs.
PDF Split & Merge split a PDF file into several single-page PDF files, or save selected pages as new PDF files. You also can merge more than two PDF files in a custom sequence into one PDF document, which preserves the look and feel of the original PDF documents. With this utility, you can easily compile a PDF document from several sources, append new pages to an existing PDF document, and split PDF files by page number or custom page range. PDF Split & Merge also allows you to view, modify, and update the summary information or document properties of any PDF file. PDF Split & Merge is a standalone program, with Adobe Acrobat not required.