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10.5: Use Preview to merge or create multi-page PDFs
Authored by: tamara.b on Apr 08, '10 06:15:09PM

Hey

you could drag the PDF pages into the side bar. And then select all of the pages in the side bar, and then go to File > Print Selected Page > Save as PDF

There :) But remember to "Print Selected Page" and not just Print!



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10.5: Use Preview to merge or create multi-page PDFs
Authored by: pgall on Apr 12, '10 03:18:25PM

Worked great - thanks!



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10.5: Use Preview to merge or create multi-page PDFs
Authored by: ct05 on Aug 15, '10 12:58:42PM

Thank you much for that comment. I was having a hard time because I was merging a book that was already "spiral bound" in preview on the thumbnails. This made it impossible to drag and drop the additional pages into it. I saw the green + sign, but apparently that only works when merging single pages. I spent a good 20 minutes monkeying around before reading the full thread. In my case I could not print to pdf, it was greyed out, so I did postscript and hope to change it to pdf after the fact.

I would have been at it for ages if I hadn't read your tip. Hope this helps someone else.



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