Nov 12

Just click on the little toolbox in the Toolbar to open an extra menu that will allow you to type, add shapes, and draw on the pdf document. See this article for more information on editing a pdf.

Clicking on the toolbox icon will open up an extra toolbar so that you can edit the PDF document.

Clicking on the toolbox icon will open up an extra toolbar so that you can edit the PDF document.

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11 Responses to “How to merge and edit PDF documents in macOS Sierra”

  1. Paul says:

    Hi.

    In attempting this I find that Preview continues to treat the 2 documents as 2 documents just combined in the one column. Not sure my question makes sense. :)
    I’d like them to be treated as 1 document.

  2. Wayne says:

    Paul do you have Sierra? Because the way you describe (dragging on top) is the way it has worked in every OSX so far, but in Sierra, for me anyway, I don’t need to drag on top to merge, I can drag below or anywhere. That’s not how it works for you?

    I have Preview 9.0

  3. Brian says:

    I’m trying to edit a pdf document. i.e., change some words.
    I’ve opened the toolbox but none of the new menu items seem to have anything to do with actually editing words and sentences.

  4. Aaron says:

    After dragging one pdf to the open previewed pdf, it still treats the pdfs as 2 separate documents once i close preview

    • Wayne says:

      Read these instructions more carefully. If that fails try printing the document then select ‘save to pdf’.

      • Don says:

        You are incorrect Wayne. I’ve read this (and many other) articles multiple times and still cannot get it to work properly.

      • Wayne says:

        I just tried it and it works.
        Are you sure you are using Mac OS Sierra (10.12)?
        Do you get a little green plus sign when you drag one page into the other document?
        What is not working?

  5. Patty says:

    The only way I got this to work on OS Sierra was to click Print and then in the bottom left corner selected “Save as PDF”

  6. Paul says:

    Thank you, thank you, thank you!!

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