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How to Merge PDF Files in Mac OS X Mountain Lion

Looking for an easier way to merge PDF files in Mac OS X Lion or Mountain Lion? Sometimes to collect info into a complete PDF file, you need to merge several PDF files (pages) into a single file. This article introduces you an easy way to merge PDF files in Mac. Only in 2 simple steps, you’ll successfully merge PDF files. Read on to learn the details.

Well, to merge PDF documents in Mac, a PDF merger for Mac is needed. Instead of spending lots of time looking for a complete PDF merger on the Internet, you can try my recommendation: Wondershare PDF Editor for Mac. It is an all-in-one app that enables you to merge PDF files or selected PDF pages into a single document efficiently. Let’s get down to task right now!

Step 1. Download PDF Merger for Mac

Click the button to download PDF merger installation package. Double-click the installation package to install this PDF app on your iMac, MacBook Pro or MacBook Air.

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Step 2. Merge PDF files in MacBook Pro, MacBook Air or iMac

Launch PDF Merger for Mac. Click the Document menu to select Merge Document. The moment you click Merge Document, a pop-up will appear.

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On the pop-up, click Add Files to upload two or more PDF files from your local hard disk to PDF merger for Mac. All the uploaded PDF files will be displayed on the interface. To rearrange the order, drag and drop PDF files to the right order. To merge specific PDF pages, click Page Range to select PDF page(s). And then, click the Merge button to merge PDF files in Mac OS X Lion or Mountain Lion.

This is how to merge PDF files in Mac. It is very easy, isn’t it? Besides merging PDF files in Mac, with this PDF merger for Mac, you can also crop PDF pages, add watermark, insert hyperlink and annotate PDF files in Mac OS X Lion and Mountain Lion.

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Download PDF Merger for Mac trial version to have a try!

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