These features are built into the Preview application that comes with all Mac OS computers. See OS X. Combining PDF documents using Preview . Preview will also open JPG files by default (just double click on them) so you can mix them with PDF files as well.
In the left pane, you can also use Control+Command+V (or Command+Shift+V, Ctrl+Shift+V, or Command+Option+V on OS X) to switch between Open, Save, Copy, and Cut modes while Preview is open. If you are converting from PDF to the new TIFF format, you can import images into Preview, too. This works with the full set of PDF features, so this is not limited to just PDFs. Pressing the Convert button will convert it to the new PDF format automatically, too. You can also make selections by pressing the mouse left of a PDF rectangle if you like. If you don't like one of the Preview's features, you can switch to the main Preview application and use it as normal (i.e. not use Xcode). When you create a PDF in Preview, it will be copied to your Finder. This is handy if you need to copy a document with a lot of file extensions to an.