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Inserting an image file into a PDF using Preview in OSX 10.6.4

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I have a PDF opened in Preview using OSX 10.6.4, I wold like to be able to insert an image file into that PDF and then save it as a new file.

Could anyone assist with how to do this ?  I can see various options to highlight, insert text and draw boxed in the document using Previews 'Annotate' function but not how to insert an image file.

Can Preview do this?  If not, is there any other software available for Mac OX S that can?

Thanks in advance.
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Solution as follows:

  • Converted first PDF to JPG, then opened in Pages
  • Inserted image using pages
  • Saved final document as PDF
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