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Making changes

This month, PC trainer Greta Powell helps with hiccups in changing file format

This month we take a look at a little-known trick for converting photograph files into working pdf files from directly inside Photoshop in order to combine a number of files to send out for viewing. We then look at a couple of queries regarding bringing text across from Microsoft Word into InDesign whilst controlling paragraph and character formatting.

QOver a period of time I have worked with a number of photographs then added descriptions and notes to them in Photoshop. My issue now is that I have been requested to send these as a pdf to a wildlife publisher and cannot figure out how to get them in to some form of book format to do this. I wondered if you had any suggestions as to how to deal with this?

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