Description: Advanced PDF Combiner is a utility that simplifies the task of combining two PDF documents, described below as PDF Document 1 and PDF Document 2, or their selected pages. The application supports seven different modes of PDF manipulation: combine PDF Document 1 with PDF Document 2, replace one or more pages in PDF Document 1 with one or more pages from PDF Document 2, insert one or more pages from PDF Document 2 before specific page in PDF Document 1, insert one or more pages from PDF Document 2 after specific page in PDF Document 1, combine PDF Document 1 with PDF Document 2 and alternate all pages for both documents, combine PDF Document 1 (reversing its order) with PDF Document 2 and alternate all pages for both documents, combine PDF Document 1 with PDF Document 2 (reversing its order) and alternate all pages for both documents. Advanced PDF Combiner supports password-protected PDF documents, automatically persists most recently used output directory path and allows assignment of custom names to output PDF documents.
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