Have to deal with PDF merging or splitting? Then this site is made for you! Use the super simple online form below to merge together multiple PDF files or split one or more PDF files into several pieces. If you're interested about the inner workings of the process, just read the detailed description at the bottom of the page. Welcome!

Split PDF files

Simply use the form below

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Number of pages inside splitted files.
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Details of the process
The appellation PDF stands for Portable Document Format, it is one of the most commonly used containers to share and exchange documents simply and safely over the internet.

Plenty of us have countless PDF files on our devices which can lead to managing issues, they could be hardly discoverable on the system or deleted accidentally. Another situation is to have oversized PDF files, accessing or opening them may consume a lot of time, we can reach limits while we try to send them over the Internet or just want to upload them to our E-book readers. Fortunately we have created both merging and splitting tools to solve these problems, you can simply merge or split unlimited number of PDF files with them.

Just follow these simple steps:
  1. Drag and drop your PDF files into the box above (or browse them from your filesystem) in the order you want them to be merged or splitted (you can add multiple files at once and/or one after another),
  2. Wait until the upload processes completes, then click on the red MERGE/SPLIT button.
In a few seconds the merged document or splitted archive will be automatically downloaded to your device. For privacy and security reasons once the download starts all related files and preview images are immediately deleted from our server. Note that we are also utilizing an SSL encrypted connection between your browser and our server, so no one can inspect your files during the entire process.

See also: Wikipedia