how to make a pdf presentation with 12 psd images

Explorer ,
Feb 27, 2021 Feb 27, 2021

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It seems like this used to be simple.  You just go to automate to pdf, select your images and you had it.

With the fancy upgrades, it all seems so confucingly impossible.  Maybe I'm getting too old for this.

Any help appreciated.

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Thanks, Marliton.  I'll check out your link.

 

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Which version(s) of Photoshop do you have?

In ver 20x, PDF presention can be found under File > Automate.

 

I keep old versions installed until I'm certain I don't need them anymore.  Sometimes the newest isn't all it's cracked up to be.

 

Nancy O'Shea, Adobe Product User & Community Professional
Alt-Web Design & Publishing ~ Web : Print : Graphics : Media

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Amen, Nancy.  I have flashy 20.2.5.  

I prefer working in ancient versions, but they got

fried when Big Sur came in.

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I don't know what that Video | A slideshow tip has to do with using File>Automate>PDF Presentation?

 

There is no Mini Bridge in photoshop cc.

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They may have added a few options over the years, but it’s still relatively simple, as shown below in the current version of Photoshop. When you click the Browse button as shown, that’s where you would add your 12 PSD images into the list. Then adjust the Presentation Options like advancing and looping.

Photoshop-v22-PDF-Presentation.gif

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Awesome, Conrad.  I'll check this out.

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Explorer ,
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Hi Conrad-  This is exactly what I tried.  But what the heck.  Will give it another shot.  Thanks for your excellent post.

 

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