Merges Various Formats Into A Single File Merges Various Formats Into A Single File

Web: If you have a bunch of different files that you want to merge into one, is a nifty webapp to get it done without installing any software. It currently supports PDF, Word, PowerPoint, Excel, Images, HTML and TXT files as input, and outputs to PDF, Word and Excel.

There’s one caveat: you will need to have all the files you want to merge stored in one folder. doesn’t let you select from different folders. Once you add all your files, choose the order you want them to be merged in by clicking the Up and Down arrows to sort the list.

Next, choose whether you want to compress the output file to shrink its size (note this takes a little longer). Finally, click the file format you want the output in and will download it to your hard drive.

I found that worked best when outputting to PDFs and Word files. For spreadsheets, it ended up putting each file as a different worksheet — that might not be the desired effect. Also, each image was put on a new page, even if there was room on the previous one.

For those concerned about privacy, notes that it saves the documents temporarily on the server and the files are discarded after use, and never shared with any other party. [via I Love Free Software]

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