Your Everyday Mac – PDF tips, PDFLab

This is a new “feature” of SomeMacBlog known for the moment at least as “Your Everyday Mac”. The attempt will be to post one tip per day more or less that focuses on a useful tip, feature, software, hardware or some hack that makes the digital portion of our day much better.

I will kick this off with a neat little package called PDFLab which does the trick of taking several single page pdf’s and creating one pdf with many pages. You can insert blank pages and do other manipulations that will simplify the process of working with PDF documents. PDFLab is free although donations are accepted. Requirements: MacOS X 10.3.9 or higher and Java 1.4.2

If you find these tips rewarding or have found something useful please take a moment to add a comment and let us know.

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