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Hans Leander

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Hello:

I am looking for a replacement for Acrobat XI, and I do not want to pay what Adobe charges for an upgrade. fdfelement looks good to me. However, one question:

In Acrobat, you can open a window "Combine Files into PDF, drag and drop .jpg files (for instance) into it, rearrange them, and then click "Combine Files), and you had a pdf file. Does it work in the same way in pfdelements? if not, what is the difference?

Note. After reinstall of Acrobat XI in Windows 10, v 1909, the drag and drop do no longer work.

Thanks for info.

Hans L

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On 1/21/2020 at 8:49 PM, Hans Leander said:

Hello:

I am looking for a replacement for Acrobat XI, and I do not want to pay what Adobe charges for an upgrade. fdfelement looks good to me. However, one question:

In Acrobat, you can open a window "Combine Files into PDF, drag and drop .jpg files (for instance) into it, rearrange them, and then click "Combine Files), and you had a pdf file. Does it work in the same way in pfdelements? if not, what is the difference?

Note. After reinstall of Acrobat XI in Windows 10, v 1909, the drag and drop do no longer work.

Thanks for info.

Hans L

Same Problem:  Can not import multiple single jpeg´s and convert them to one pdf file. So far I understood I have to import a single jpeg file , create a single pdf file, save every single file and than create from these single pdf files one pdf file , which is a nightmare.  Support Please clarify best Ralf Jacobs

 

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