Combining Multiple PDFs into one PDF?

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    Hipnomac

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    I was wondering if there is a way to combine multiple PDFs into one PDF file?

    i have three documents that I want to make on the PDF file.

    Thanks!
     
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    Hipnomac

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    I dont have 10.5, is there a way to do it in 10.4?
     
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    IJ Reilly

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    Yeah well, you would. ;)
     
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    great! thanks:D

    now how do you save it so its all saved together? I cant seem to do that..
     
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    There's a pre-defined action in Automator that will do what you want.
     
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    I managed it this way:

    1 select multiple PDF's in finder, right click and open them with Preview
    2 in Preview: command + A to select all pages
    3 File - print selected images
    4 in the next window, don't click print but click on the pdf button left under, than click "save as Pdf". Done

    tested in 10.6.8
     
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    Nice necro. I would have thought that after four years the OP would have found a way or given up by now.
     

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