PDFLab lets Mac users manipulate PDF documents

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One of our favorite features on the Macintosh is the built-in ability to create PDF files. While those files won't have all the bells and whistles of those created by a full-on version of Adobe Acrobat, you can take all the money you've saved and buy yourself some solace.

Sometimes those PDF files are great just as they roll off the system; other times it would be handy if you could manipulate them—maybe combine a couple of them, remove a few pages from another, reorder the pages, and all that. While this isn't something that OS X lets you do natively, a quick download of a tool like PDFLab can make that all available to you.

With its easy to use interface, PDFLab lets you take your PDFs and add images, insert blank pages, concatenate several smaller documents into a larger one, split large ones in to smaller ones, insert a watermark, and more. It's a free download, so there's really no reason not to take it out for a spin.

PDFLab is a free Mac application.

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