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IceCream Split and Merge 3.28

Download IceCream Split and Merge 3.28
IceCream Split & Merge is a free Windows OS software from IceCream Apps. This application offers multiple array modes that enables users to split and merge Portable Document Format (PDF) documents, including password protected and encrypted files. The options available are splitting PDFs per specific page range and group, and removing specific pages. The tool also splits single pages that can be stored as individual files.

IceCream Split & Merge also supports a Drag & Drop feature along with a “file preview” option. A user can save the output file to one of three locations: the original location, a sub folder, or a desired folder location.

Features of IceCream Split & Merge:

  • Splits PDFs into individual documents.
  • Saves documents per specific page range.
  • Merges and splits PDFs (including encrypted and password protected files). 
  • Supports file sequence reset while processing.
  • No restrictions on the number of PDFs that can be merged/split.
  • Preview feature to view PDFs.
  • Drag & drop feature to add and arrange PDFs.

Download the Software (IceCream Split and Merge 3.28):

File Name: pdf_split_and_merge_setup.exe and pdf_split_and_merge_setup.pkg
Software Name: IceCream Split and Merge
Version: 3.28
Developer: Icecream Apps
File Size: 17 MB and 12.1 MB
Official Link:

Download Icecream PDF Split and Merge 3.28 (Windows)

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