Adolix Split & Merge come with an inbuilt scheduler that allows you to set up different jobs that run simultaneously. When you choose the Consolidate option in the main menu, Split and Merge PDF's options open up. The main difference between the two is that the latter allows you to merge all the pages of the main document into a single page. You can, for instance, separate each page of a document into a number of files when you only need to make use of a single piece of the page. Or when you're regrouping different documents into a single PDF, and you need to separate them on various computers, using Adolix Split & Merge can also do it for you. The PDF converter automatically detects which system the documents need to be split on and does the job for you.
One thing you should know about merging PDF files is that the result you get depends on the particular software used on your computer and its settings. If you have a Windows operating system, it can do the job just fine. But if you have a Mac OS X, it may not be possible for the PDF converter to perform the task without any errors. This is why it is important that you take steps to maintain your PDF files regularly. It is possible to perform an adolix split & merge PDF without any errors by following these simple steps:
If you do an adolix split & merge PDF of only fifty pages, the resulting PDF files will be very small. This means that you will not be able to open them unless you make a really large PDF file. This is not a problem if you want to read documents that are split into several PDF files. Otherwise, it is advisable that you open the PDF file one at a time so that you do not end up opening multiple PDF files.