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I faced the same problem. To resolve it I created a free service to extract annotations from PDF to CSV: http://exportpdf.info . It exports only sticky and text notes, it does not export highlights and images. You can edit/print CSV files with any major editor like Microsoft Excel or LibreOffice Calc.


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Instead of Save As... PDF, Print->"Save as PDF". You can get around the print margins by setting up a printer/presentation that has no margins, "full bleed". A few important steps: First, go to File -> Page Setup and make sure that you've got the dimensions there identical for the default paper size in the printer. In my case, it's 8.5 x 11 inches for ...


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So, after some tinkering, I was able to do it using Automator. I'd be very surprised if this is the most efficient way to do it, but you only need to create the workflow once. Basically, there's an "Extract Odd & Even Pages" action that you can use to split the file. Here's a list of the workflow: Ask for finder items. Extract odd and even pages (Odd) ...


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you just need a PDF edittor for mac, there are many apps can do that, if you only use it once for a while, just try with the free online options, if you need to do this often, just get a PDF editor for Mac.


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I do this all the time (I print my expense report to PDF and then have to insert all the scanned receipts and other PDF receipts into that document). The easiest way I have found is to open the target PDF in "Contact Sheet" view and then from Finder you can drag and drop the files into the Preview window of the target file. This makes very quick work of ...


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Pretty sure the easiest is to open all jpgs or images in Preview, then go to Print, and instead of actually printing, save as a PDF. Boom. All images in one PDF.


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2 ideas... 1) Try using a symlink rather than an alias - http://www.macupdate.com/app/mac/10433/symboliclinker is a freeware contextual menu plugin that saves you having to learn how to do it in Terminal. 2) Disable iTunes Prefs > Advanced > Keep iTunes Media folder organised.


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Actually, it is possible. Consider the fact that on screen objects are created by a widget API, and if this widget API is based on vector elements and have appropriate vector output backend, then it can output to vector formats like PDF. Please look at this, that also contains samples: ...


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Preview, Apple's default PDF viewer, works with iCloud, but for some strange reason it can only be synced or viewed on other Macs, not iOS devices or web browsers. According to Apple Support, you can drag and drop PDFs into your iBooks Library on Mavericks. Then, click the "Books" tab in the iBooks app on your iPad, click the "Sync" button, and if you've set ...


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Simply ⌘+Click on it's name in the title bar. (I have a polish OS X on the screenshot)


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I used below converter, works good... https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/pdf-converter-free/id422540367?mt=12&ign-mpt=uo%3D4 It's not mentioned specifically in the description of the app, but the comments in the reviews indicate it will convert a PDF to a Keynote presentation, not just a PowerPoint presentation.


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For academic papers I would recommend Papers by Mekentosj. The app is available for iOS and Mac, so you can read, annotate or mark your papers on the go and have all papers in sync with your Mac. At home you can easily work with your papers, because Papers is also reference management software and gives the ability to directly search within your papers and ...


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You might also look into iSnap and Moom.


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You might want to check out this question: What window management options exist for OS X? My recommendation, if you want it to be fully automatic, is to use Slate. Slate is no longer in active development, but it still works and is highly customizable. Put this code in a .slate.js file in your home directory: var rightHalf = slate.operation("move", { ...


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I have tested this a bit in my free time today, and it seems that subprocess.call(['open','-a','Preview',path]) is your best option for opening PDFs in Preview from Python. I'm still not sure why using the absolute path to Preview doesn't work, though. I am trying to find a way to get a process PID based on its window title in AppleScript. For example, if ...



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