A-PDF Merger for Mac 1.0.0

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The easiest way for Mac users to merge images and PDF files into one succinct PDF; archive your PDF files and organize the PDF document for better reading.

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Software information
Platform:
Mac OS
Publisher:
A-PDF.com
Price:
$35
File size:
1.00 Mb
Date added:
July 23, 2014
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Description from the Publisher
A-PDF Merger for Mac is an easy-to-use PDF merging tool for Mac OS. This affordable program provides an easy and fast solution for file archiving. With this utility, you can merge multiple images or Acrobat PDF documents into a compact PDF file. The optional file import methods and flexible merge methods of this software will save you troubles and improve your work efficiency.
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