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Join Files tool allows to merge back previously split file.
Join Files function reconstructs files split by File Manager's Split function and any other files splited by other programs.

It can also join together any different files.
Please note that files that are being joined are not edited in any way.
 

To join files please click on the Join Files button located at Main toolbar > Managers tab  > File group > Edit menu
At the main software ribbon bar new page with commands will be shown:
 

 

Also on the bottom of the main software window a small window will be opened.
This small window we will call a List of Files to Join
Here is a sample picture
 

How to join files:

 

1.Select files you want to join in File Browser  
2.Click the Add Files button located in Organize group (as seen in the first picture above)
Files will be added to the List of Files to Join
3.Review the list of segments, you can change the order of files to join using Move Up and Move Down commands
4.Click the big Join button to begin

 

Join

This command starts the files joining process. Files that are listed on List of Files to Join grid will be joined into one file.

You can choose whether you want to join files into target file that will be created in the same directory or not by checking the Join in the same folder check mark.
To stop the process you can click the Cancel button that appears in the right-bottom corner of the main software window

 

Organize


Here are commands that lets you organize order of files to join
 
Add Files

This command adds selected files in File Browser to List of Files to Join

 

Remove

Removes selected files in List of Files to Join from the list

 

Move Up

Moves up selected files in List of Files to Join

 

Move Down

Moves down selected files in List of Files to Join
 

 

Options


Target File Name

Here you can type/change the target file name.

 

Join in the same folder

If checked then the final target file will be created in the same folder

 

If unchecked then the final target file will be created in the destination folder.
Destination folder means the other File Browser when you are working with File Manager or Multi File Manager

If you are attempting to split file selected in other features that have only one File Browser like Single Browser then this option will be ignored.

 

Close
Closes the Join Files page