Reader Wally Eater has a request that’s both short and sweet:

How do I combine two or more PDFs using OS X?

Nip on over to Monkeybread Software’s site and glom onto a copy of its free and easy RealBasic project, Combine PDFs 2.1. Just launch the utility, drag the PDF files you’d like to combine into its main window, drag the documents up or down the list to position them, and click Merge PDFs. Name and save the document and in a flash your multiple PDF files are combined into one.

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