In earlier version of Photoshop it was quite an easy task as the export wizard was located in file menu under automate option. But with the latest releases of higher version Adobe has put this facility out of Photoshop and merged it in Adobe Bridge. Yes. Adobe Bridge is now used to export a multipage PDF file. It is quite simple, though for new users it may take some time to understand the interface of Bridge. Let us explore the method of exporting a multipage PDF in coming steps -
1. Open Adobe CS5Open all the documents you want to export as PDF. For example, one.psd, two.psd and three.psd. See image below.
2. Open Adobe BridgeClick on Browse in Bridge. See image below.
3. Click on the Output LinkOnce Bridge is open, click on the Output link at the top area. See image below.
4. See the OptionsThis will show the options related to output in the right column. At this stage the interface of Bridge is very simple and easy to understand.
5. See the Adobe Bridge InterfaceAdobe Bridge has a left column from where you can locate your files. This left column features 'Favorites' and 'Folder' tab from where you can choose your desired files. At middle there is a 'Preview' and 'Content' area. You can select your file and view the preview in Preview panel.
6. See the Right ColumnNow have a look at the right column which contains all the options to export PDF file. Click on the PDF button and play with the remaining options. See image below.
7. Hit 'Save'At the bottom there is 'Save' button clicking on which your multipage PDF will be exported successfully.
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