Merging PDFs using software you already have!

Maybe some day you are working on some documents and you realize that it’d be soooo much easier if you could just combine several of your docs into one nice big doc.  Naturally, you are concerned with accessibility so you’ve chosen PDF as your file format of choice.  Well, with the features included in OS X “leopard” this once tedious task is not mind-numbingly easy.  I’ve prepared an 85 second long screencast showing you just how quickly and easily you can merge multiple PDF documents into one big PDF.

The screencast is available here:Merge PDF Screencast

Posted on September 10, 2008 in os x, tutorial

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  1. joelbrock
    September 10, 2008 at 4:41 pm ·

    There’s this much more thorough article on macworld.com that covers some of the other cool things you can do now in Preview such as annotate, edit, crop, resize images, etc…

  2. joelbrock
    September 10, 2008 at 4:43 pm ·

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