Merge a Batch Documents

Batch merge documents allows you to merge any of the Supported File Types to a single PDF. This batch process functions exactly the same as Merging/Converting multiple files to PDF.  

How to Merge/Convert a Batch of Files to PDFs

  1. On the menu bar go to Batch > Document > Merge Documents
  2. Set the options for the batch process. Additional details for each of the settings are available below.
  3. Once all of the settings are complete, click on Start... to begin the batch process.  

Batch Merge/Convert Settings


Add a bookmark for each merged document - This will create a separate bookmark for each merged file added to the document

File List

Add Files - Displays a file chooser to add individual files to the list.

Add Folder - Displays a file chooser that adds the contents of a directory to the list.

- Removes the selected file(s) from the list.

- Moves the selected file(s) up the list.

- Moves the selected file(s) down the list.

- Moves the selected file(s) to the top of the list.

- Moves the selected file(s) to the bottom of the list.

Set Default Batch Directory - When checked, all files from the default batch directory will be added to the File List each time a batch dialog is opened.


Open New Merged Document - After the merge is complete the new file will be displayed in PDF Studio

Save As - This option allows you to set a destination for the newly created merged file. You can type the destination manually or click on the "..." button to open a file chooser to set the destination for the newly created file

Passwords to try when opening documents

To set a password click in the password field or on the Edit button. Then enter the password you want to be used. Do this for up to four passwords to try on password protected PDFs during the batch process. Only PDF files with passwords are supported.

Note: The passwords entered here will only be used for this batch process and will not be stored anywhere else. Passwords will have to be entered for each new batch process.