For Word documents I'd use Words feature to compose master document out of existing subdocuments. Then, when all is fine, save the final master document as a pdf-file.
It's a standard feature of MS Word. http://www.howtogeek.com/73960/create-a-master-document-in-word-2010-from-multiple-documents/ explains how it works.
I am looking for recommendations on a program to select and combine files (word, pdf etc.) into one file.
I imagine something like a selectionlist with standard documents, and the possibility to add other documents. It must be possible to drag the documents up and down, to make correct order of the content.
Also i imagine that the documents would have the same standardized background/layout once converted into one file.
The objective is to create standardization in a work process, where the employee today have to assemble many of the same files in different order, convert to PDF, combine PDF and send every day. This is way too time consuming compared to just selecting documents from a standard document list and adding special documents, to convert into one file in the end.
Can recommend any software that could fulfill those demands?