I just wondered if there was an easier way to do it, instead of having to save all the small OO documents into PDF first.
I don't think there is any application that could do such process.
Primo gives you the option to '' or 'overwrite' the original file.
By using 'append', you are just adding it to the back of the existing file.
Some apps make this task overly complicated, but Preview makes combining the highly portable and multi-platform pdf files incredibly simple, offering drag & drop ease.
Perhaps best of all, you certainly don’t need to pay big extra bucks for a fancy PDF editor application when the Mac has the tools directly within OS X.
Not only can Preview combine a variety of single or multi-page PDF docs into a single file, you can even add images as pages, remove a page from an existing file if it’s unnecessary to have in the joined doc, or rearrange the pages of the joined files to be reordered according to your needs.
The end result will be a single merged PDF document that contains every page and input file that you need.
Since OO is my preferred word program, does anyone know if there are any pdf merge programs that would allow me to add my OO documents to a pdf?
As an afterthought, I know that OO can be converted to pdf, and that's very cool.
While this reduces the file size, it can also reduce the quality of the images and artwork within a document, so it’s best used for text heavy docs where image sharpness doesn’t matter as much.