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OSX 10.10 When you want to quit first close (hit the red circle) on all the windows/documents that the app has open. Then Quit the app. I have several windows/documents (in textedit) that I leave open when I quit, so they will open when I reopen the app, it works with most OSX 10.10 apps. I use them as a sort of note pad, NOTE: if the system crashes you ...


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Open, in Preview, the documents you wish to combine and select: View > Thumbnails Do this for each document. Choose one of the documents that will become the (temporary) container document in which you'll drag and drop thumbnails from other documents to create the combined document. Note that when dragging and dropping thumbnails into the document, being ...


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Here's the hack I did, maybe it will help other people: Get the size in pixels of what you want the canvas to be Generate an image of that size here: https://placehold.it/{W}x{H} (e.g. https://placehold.it/350x1136) Copy the image (Control click, copy image) Open preview, press ⌘ command + N or File > New From Clipboard In the new image, select all ( ⌘ ...


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I am not really sure, but if you could at least open the file with Preview app, there might be an option to revert to previous version from the File menu.


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Typically, your recently opened files match your recently closed files. You can increase the number of remembered files using: System Preferences > General > Recent Items In Preview.app, you can show the recently open files in three ways: Menu Item: Open Recent Using the menu item File (menu) > Open Recent Dock Icon Click on hold Preview.app's icon ...


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If you don't apply it to "Preview" but to "All Applications" in "System Preferences -> Keyboard -> Shortcuts -> App Shortcuts" any unused shortcut will work: and the resulting Preview menu:


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It seems that was just an outdated version of preview. In the new version the button is called Markup and is in the same location.


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I had the same issue on OS X 10.10.5, and removing only ~/Library/Containers/com.apple.Preview was enough to solve. tar czf ~/preview_cache.tgz ~/Library/Containers/com.apple.Preview/ # make a backup copy rm -rf ~/Library/Containers/com.apple.Preview/ Then, run Preview again, and if the issue is solved, you can remove the backup: rm ~/preview_cache.tgz


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Preview does not support this. You need more advanced PDF editing software, like Adobe Acrobat Pro or PDF Outliner.


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You could use a combination of tools to remove the old ToC, and attach a new one: use PDF SAM ("split and merge"; it's FOSS and cross-platform) to take off the old ToC; use PDF Outliner ($4.99 in Mac App store) to generate a new one. See other helpful tools in another Q&A.



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