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Open the two PDFs with Preview Drag the thumbnails of the second PDF to the end of the first PDF but above the grey line (marked with the red arrow): and finally export the resulting PDF to a third PDF. If your first PDF contains just one page this doesn't work. Workaround 1: Open your second PDF, then open the first PDF, drag the single page to the ...
In Yosemite, this is now possible using only iBooks. On your iOS device (in my case an iPad 3rd Gen running iOS8), enable 'sync collections' in the settings for iBooks (within the iOS Settings app). On your Mac, create a collection and add a PDF to it. It should then appear on your iDevice.
No support for retina with Acrobat Pro XI as of December 2014. Sad because Adobe Illustrator CC displays documents silky smooth. I was under the impression Adobe used the same display engine on both apps)
Create an Automator print plugin that prints as a PDF-X. Open Automator.app Select "Print Plugin" at the Choose a type for your document screen Select "PDF" from the Actions menu Drag "Apple Quartz Filter to the PDF Documents" to the workflow space on the right When prompted choose if you want to create a copy of the original, add or don't add In the ...
Adobe Reader can do that. Highlight as usual. Then you can use the Summarize Comments function in print menu. It will create separate page containing the notes only. Then you select to print only that page and not the whole document.
The Amazon Kindle app can do this. It's free and you can add your own PDFs to it. When you highlight some text, an option to write a note is presented (the icon with the pencil): Then you can go to "My Notebook" to have an overview of all text snippets and your corresponding notes:
As there doesn't seem to be any way to make PowerPoint handle vector graphics, the only solution is to export the image to the correctly sized PDF image (essentially treating it the same way one might work with a raster image). While this is incredibly dissatisfying, it does result in a PPT presentation with unpixelated images…
You have a couple of options. If you move the mouse to the bottom-center of the screen it will appear a menu where you have an option to save to disk. See image below. Additionally, you use Print option, and there is an option in the bottom-left of that menu called PDF that you can use to save the document.
PDF Expert lets you choose from the different Apple dictionaries available (whether they are installed or not), if that is what you are searching for. If what you look for is another, custom type of dictionary where you can load your own dictionaries, I don't think PDF Expert can do so.
http://www.pdfhighlights.com extracts all your highlights and annotations from multiple PDFs into a single report from which you can click through to the PDF containing each annotation.
For simple tasks like fixing typos, OpenOffice or LibreOffice do the job
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