Every once in a while something comes along that is so cool and/or so useful that you just have to sit back and say, "wow."
PDFTK Builder is that tool for me. It is a pretty simple program. It allows you to rip apart PDFs into individual pages, and also reassemble them. You can set permissions and a whole host of other options from the rather easy to use graphical user interface. For someone who doesn't have (or want to pay for) Adobe Acrobat, it rocks.
I had used it in the past on a download from Google Books of a Spurgeon sermon collection to split out an individual sermon.
But it really came in handy this week when I needed to reproduce a report in PDF which had a combination of text and spreadsheet values that were printed out and collated by hand. I exported all of the material to PDF, separated it into individual pages, and then reassembled it just like the hard copy of the report. All without Acrobat.
It was the first time I had done something like this. I am certain that it won't be the last.
You can get it here. I downloaded the PortableApp version so that it would be standalone.