Merging PDFs with OS X

I am wrapping up my manuscript for my first book, and one task is to build an index.  This requires searching through hundreds of pages for key phrases.  I was provided my proofs as PDF files, but separates.  So, after a bit of searching using the OS X Finder and Preview I decided to merge these together.  The task is VERY simple and requires no installation of any software.  I used the automator to get it done.

Follow this gentleman’s article to the T, and you will be merging with no problems.

Best,

James

* BTW – this was my first foray into Automator, and I definitely will be going back…

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Proficient in IT Controls, IT Security, and Risk management. My recent interests lie in the credit card security and protecting identities. This blog will reflect the past, current, and future best steps to securing data (specifically in the context of PCI DSS, and DSOP)
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