The Easiest Way to Make a Multi-Paged PDF Book in Photoshop

Hey everyone! Here’s a super easy way to make Multi-Page .PDF documents. Photoshop has tons of features, some largely overlooked or hidden, that will allow you to do things that could be done in other Adobe Apps such as Acrobat, InDesign, Illustrator, and even Premiere Pro.

One might ask, “Why use Photoshop for this if I can use the other Adobe apps that are specifically made to do these things?” and the answer, for me, is simple. When you can cut down on the amount of apps you have to switch between, you can increase your workflow speed exponentially. You no longer have to worry about loading up apps or having to put up with decreasing computer speeds due to having too many apps running at one time. And the less apps you need from Adobe, the less money you have to pay them monthly.

How is this feature useful? Specifically for me, I use this series of steps when I am creating Comic books/Zines, or Obituary layouts (I know, weird combo) as those are the projects I have that require me to set up these sorts of files to send to the print companies, so they can arrange my books in the proper order.

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Equipment I frequently use for art, video shooting and/or editing:

Apple Mac Mini (3.6GHz Quad-core 8th-Generation Intel Core i3 Processor, 8GB RAM, 256GB) –

Apple Magic Keyboard with Numeric Keypad (Wireless, Rechargable) (US English) – Silver –

PANASONIC Lumix G7 4K Digital Mirrorless Camera –

Apple iPad Pro 12 inch –

Apple Pencil –

Kapcon Tablet Stand/Easel – Mic used:



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