GDoc Fusion can combine almost any documents into PDFs or Word files

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Suppose you have several documents in different formats, and you want it all wrapped up in one pretty PDF or Microsoft Word doc package. You'll find gDoc Fusion ($65 for personal/student license, $100 for business) an excellent choice. You can combine documents of just about any type, including PDFs, Office files, graphics files, and many other file types--200 in all. You'll be able to include not just the most common ones, but long-forgotten ones as well, such as from the XyWrite, Samna, and Ami Pro word processors, Multiplan spreadsheet, and more. If you have a word processing, presentation, spreadsheet, or graphics document, there's a good chance gDoc Fusion--available in 32-bit and 64-bit versions--can handle it.

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gDoc Fusion makes it easy to combine multiple files into a single PDF or Word document.

To combine documents, drag and drop them into gDoc Fusion, then remove or reorder pages you don't want. You can also rotate pages, crop them, re-order them, annotate them, and then save in either PDF or a Word format. It's as simple as that. There are nice extras here, such as the ability to compress files and encrypt them. The files I tried converting with gDoc looked as good as the originals.

If you find yourself needing to create new documents out of multiple existing ones, you will find gDoc Fusion a big time saver.

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