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Can I simply type stuff into something and create a PDF file? Please make it as simple as possible (and hopefully free).

There are some free utilities out there that do the first part well, PDFill is one that I use. As far as mixing the two, I would open the Word file(s) and “save as” and select .pdf in the save as type drop down list. Then use the PDFill utility to combine them with your .pdf documents. You will have the option to number them in order. I have also done this. This should work quite well, have done exactly this same scenario myself.

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The only reason for not doing this in .pdf format is a problem I found, if you make a “fold out” and save out another file. All the text in the previous file will be overwritten. The solution to this is saving to the .pdf files and then using the text within the .pdf as .pdf documents. There is one minor problem with this however. If you have an .zip saved file on your PC, and open it in a text editor, you will see the same “folded out” effect. The solution is to make the .pdf file be a zip file. You can do this by simply putting .pdf in a zip file extension. In my case, this worked fine. To test out the .pdf files, I will create the .pdf versions of each .pdf file and place them in their proper folders. Before I did this.