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I scanned two separate documents and made them into two PDF documents. I need to have these 2 documents in one PDF file. How do I do this? In other words, how do I take a few separate documents (Text, RTF) or PDF'S and make them into one PDF document? I'm using Adobe Acrobat 8.0 and a Cannon Canoscan lide 60 scanner with a MAC OS X version 10.4.7.
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Hi, and welcome to MF.
This article in Macworld may be some help to you
http://www.macworld.com/weblogs/macg...pdfs/index.php
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I've since found PDFCLERK which looks on the face of it to be quite powerful

http://sintraworks.com/
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I like pdflab.
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