AddPDF
AddPDF 1.0.8
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Concatenate several PDF files into one single PDF.   Commercial ($9.99)
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AddPDF is a utility for concatenating several PDF files into one single multipage PDF file, or splitting multipage PDF files into multiple single page PDFs, one per page.

Simply drag PDF files, or other file types which can be automatically converted, into the file list, re-arrange them using drag and drop and then click the "Add" or "Split" button to combine or split them.

Add transparent watermarks to each page with the "Stamp" button and "Alpha" control.

Consult the release notes for all features added in various releases of this product.
What's New
Version 1.0.8:
  • Update for OS X 10.9 Mavericks
Requirements
Intel, OS X 10.6.6 or later



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RJphotovideo commented on 12 Jan 2014
I purchased a Limit Point Software Utilities Bundle which includes all software at http://www.limit-point.com/Utilities.html, where upgrades are impossible to get. As far as I know, none of the software has any auto update capability, nor will their site give you any way of getting the latest version, so forget about free upgrades. Contacting Support is a waste of your time as you will never hear back.
[Version 1.0.8]


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+58
Bdikkat commented on 09 Jan 2014
It would be ridiculous to pay for this functionality. You can achieve the same thing with Preview, which is free with the OS.
[Version 1.0.8]


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Mikaelf commented on 20 Jul 2010
http://www.macosxhints.com/article.php?story=20090915223224601
[Version 1.0.5]

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Jppagliaro replied on 15 Aug 2011
Hello Mikaelf,

Here is something a very satisfied registered user of AddPDF had to say:

"AddPDF and Preview are not the same. I know quite a few differences between both apps and that's the reason why I prefer AddPDF to deal with PDF files."

Many apps that are seemingly the "same" are usually different for various reasons. For example, any developer can tell you there are always more than one way to implement the same idea, and one may be preferable to another for a personal reason you can't foresee.

Given two apps that produce the same end result, the better one is most likely the one that is easier to use, even if by reducing the process by one step. Or the one that is easier to learn and remember how to use etc. etc.

Ciao
Joe
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Mikaelf replied on 15 Aug 2011
Good for you then. I just don't see how a single step can be simplified...
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+60
Jppagliaro replied on 15 Aug 2011
Hi Mikaelf,

I'm always available by email for technical support, if you would like to pursue a more detailed discussion of any app, including AddPDF in the utility bundle of apps, described here:

http://www.limit-point.com/Utilities.html

The objective of each utility is to provide a simple set of functions with specific purposes, like combining PDFs or movies (ass with the counterpart AddMovie) easily.

Ciao
joe
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+1

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Mikaelf commented on 04 Jul 2010
As said already, preview app has been doing this for years. Someone needs to tell the developer they wasted their time;-)
[Version 1.0.4]


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+6

+227
Eric-Woehler tipped on 09 Mar 2009
Preview does this also - just open all the PDF files you want to concatenate, make sure the sidebar is showing on all the files, then simply drag and drop the thumbnails from one sidebar onto the sidebar of the file you want to combine the additional files. You can do a 'select all' and drag a bunch of thumbnails from one sidebar to another etc etc untill all the files are present in one file, then save/save as and all done..
[Version 1.0]

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+65
slob replied on 09 Mar 2009
Thanks. I didn't know about that.
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+5
Alua replied on 05 Feb 2010
can't get this to work
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Downloads:3,863
Version Downloads:50
Type:Utilities : File Management
License:Commercial
Date:28 Jan 2014
Platform:Intel 32 / OS X
Price: $9.99
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AddPDF is a utility for concatenating several PDF files into one single multipage PDF file, or splitting multipage PDF files into multiple single page PDFs, one per page.

Simply drag PDF files, or other file types which can be automatically converted, into the file list, re-arrange them using drag and drop and then click the "Add" or "Split" button to combine or split them.

Add transparent watermarks to each page with the "Stamp" button and "Alpha" control.

Consult the release notes for all features added in various releases of this product.

AddPDF is part of the Limit Point Software Utilities Bundle which includes all software at http://www.limit-point.com/Utilities.html. A single donation unlocks all the utility software, upgrades are free and new products included.

AddPDF is also available on the Mac App Store.


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