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MacMost Now 181: Create PDF Files By Printing
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Have you tried printing to "Preview" instead of a file? Does it open as a single document in Preview? If so, then just save it from there. If not, then just use Preview to merge them. See episode 375: http://macmost.com/merging-pdf-documents-in-preview.html
A very useful tip my family uses all the time!
My son gets homework that has to be done on a computer and e-mailed to his teacher. This is fine but when the teacher gives out these assignments he's assuming all his students are using Windows like him. My son dose his reports in Mac Pages, converts it to PDF and then e-mails it to his teacher. It would be the only way he could view it.
Very useful site.
I have a problem with printing pdf from Words. I am using snow leopard.
Suppose, I have a word documents with 3 pages. page 1 and 3 are vertical and page 2 are horizontal. When, I print as pdf, it creates three pdf files individually instead of just one file.
I noticed this problem arises whenever some pages are vertical and other are horizontal in document.
Please help me.