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Create a PDF from Multiple Images with Quick Actions on the Mac

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Learn how to select multiple images and PDFs and create a single PDF using Quick Actions on the Mac.

Do you have multiple images that you’d like to place in a single document, a PDF? Maybe you have multiple PDFs or PDFs and images that you’d like to place in a single document? You can easily do this with the Mac’s Quick Actions. This was introduced with macOS Monterey and is a simple way to combine images into a single document. See how to create a single document out of several images or PDFs in this video for the Mac.

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