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How to Merge Word to PDF: Get Your Answer!

In today's fast-paced world, efficiency and productivity are more crucial than ever. Professionals often juggle multiple documents in different formats, especially when collaborating with team members or working on complex projects. However, when it comes to sharing or archiving documents, the PDF format is preferred due to its universal compatibility and security features. But what happens when you want to merge Word to PDF but don’t know how to?

The good news is that there is an easy solution that saves time and effort while ensuring a seamless document management process. In this blog post, we will explore a simple yet powerful method to merge multiple Word files into one PDF with just a few clicks, empowering you to manage your document workflow like a pro.

Part 1: Easily Merge Multiple Word Files to One PDF – A Step-by-Step Guide [Free]

While multiple methods and tools are available for this task, we promised you the easiest solution in our article, didn’t we? And for that, what could be better than UPDF?

UPDF is a powerful PDF reader and editing tool, bringing many features that make your PDF reading and editing work seamless. With UPDF, you can effortlessly combine Word files saved in PDF format into a single, cohesive PDF file. Here is a step-by-step guide on merging multiple Word files into one PDF using UPDF:

Step 1: Save your Word files in .pdf format. Download and install UPDF.

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Step 2: Open the 'Batch' tool from UPDF's homepage.

Step 3: Now, click the 'Combine' feature from the available options.

Step 4: Click the 'Add Files' button, select the files you want to merge, and import them to UPDF.

Note: If you are using the free version of UPDF, you can only merge two files at a time; however, if you have UPDF premium, you can combine as files as you want in one go.

Step 5: Once the files have been imported, click the 'Apply' button, and UPDF will ask when to save your merged files.

Step 6: Save the file on your drive and access it instantly whenever you want.

Tip: How to convert and save Word files as PDFs?

When merging Word files into PDFs, you must first convert them into PDF format and save them on your computer’s drive. To convert a particular Word file into PDF, open each file in Microsoft Word one by one and then do the following process for each of them:

  • Click the 'File' option from the top-left Menu in Word.
  • Now, click the 'Save As' button.
  • Select the folder when you want to save the file.
  • Click the 'Save as Type' button and a drop-down menu will open.
  • Select the 'PDF' format and click 'Save'.

Your Word file will now be saved as a PDF in your selected folder. Once you have repeated this process of converting Word files to Pdf, you can proceed towards merging these multiple Word files into one PDF with the method above.

Part 2: FAQs About Merging Word to PDF

1. How do I split a Word into multiple docs?

Use "Ctrl+Enter" to create new pages, a quicker method for splitting a Word document. To do that:

2. How do I delete pages in PDF?

You can use any PDF editing software or an online tool to delete pages from a PDF. If we had to name one such tool, we would recommend installing UPDF and then using the following steps to delete pages in a PDF:

  • Open the PDF document in UPDF once you have downloaded and installed it.

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  • Click the 'Organize Pages' option from the left menu in UPDF.
  • Right-click on the page that you want to delete.
  • Click the 'Delete Pages' option to get rid of it right away.
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Without UPDF, merging multiple Word files into one PDF has never been easier! With the convenient tool and methods discussed in the article, you can make the document management process easier and create professional-looking PDFs in just a few simple steps.

So why wait? Say goodbye to the hassle of managing multiple Word files separately and hello to the convenience of merging them into a single PDF. Try the methods discussed in this blog post and experience the efficiency and professionalism of creating consolidated PDF documents.

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