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I scanned my tax return into 20 JPEG files, and i would love to combine them into one document called "2007 taxes", as well as flip over a page here and there that scanned backwards. Are there any programs that came with my Mac that might do this, or something from the Iwork suite? pardon my ignorance, I have a lot to learn about Macs

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I scan my document in as PDFs and then use Combine PDFs to make one document.

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Thanks. Where is that command?

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You can user either preview or Graphic Converter to converter your images to a PDF and use Combine PDFs to combine the PDFs in to one PDF document.

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Thank you very much.

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