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In this skill builder video we're in Adobe Acrobat and I'm going to show you how to combine multiple files into a single PDF to do so when you first open Acrobat you typically see this screen here this dialog box that gives you a list of recently opened files and a choice for getting started one of the choices is combining files into a single PDF I'm pointing to it here or you could go to the create button and choose combine files into a single PDF either way you get this dialog box within it I can choose to add files and then go to the folder that I know contains the files I want in this case I want to photoshop training outlines so I'll click them using the ctrl key to select multiple files and click open now they're listed here in the combined files dialog box I can select them individually and use the move up button to move them up in order because the first one in this case now Photoshop for photographers that will now be page one if I change my mind I can click move down and now that's the second page in the potential PDF that I'm about to create the point of doing this would be if I want to send two separate outlines to a customer but I want to send them a single PDF so now I can combine these two outlines for the two types of Photoshop training workshops we offer and click combine files now before I do that these little icons in the lower right hand corner these affect the quality of the PDF you generate they generate PDFs that are best viewed online the smallest icon that are okay for printing at a business quality or at the largest size the largest size icon which generates the largest file something that's suitable for printing on desktop printers or to send to a commercial printer the bigger the icon the bigger the file and the higher the quality of the output if you know someone's just going to open it on screen after receiving it as an email attachment you can stick to the smaller size that 2 will allow it to be small enough to be emailed once you've got all your files selected and in the right order click combined files and you get your combined document if I go to the pages button here you'll see that I have a two-page document and Photoshop or graphic designers appears before page to Photoshop for photographers by default it's called a binder but if I want to give it a simpler name I can choose file save as PDF and then name it for example I'll call it Photoshop workshops and click Save now I have a new file called Photoshop workshops that's a combination of what was to separate PDFs.
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