What kind of saw should I use to repurpose desk parts?
I am looking to reuse/upscale some desk parts from 2 desks that I have that resemble those in the picture. These are too big and too deep, and my idea is to shorten the pedestals (front to back) and then mount them, using cleats, the wall, and then either doors or wood create a top across them, to create desks for two users. I want to use the former typewriter pedestal (which is on the left side, with a door rather than drawers) in the center as the CPU center. My question is what type of saw to use to shorten these? Can I use my circular saw with a high-count tooth blade made for finer cuts, or should I use a hand saw, saber saw, etc?