Is It Better to Convert JPEG or PSD to PDF?

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Converting documents to PDF always requires you to make a few very specific considerations. Find out if its better to convert a JPEG or PSD file to the PDF format with help from a computer professional in this free video clip.

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Video Transcript

Hey there, what's up? My name is Chase, and today I'm going to explain if it's better to save your JPEGs or PSD as a PDF. First of all, saving as a PDF is pretty simple and JPEGs or Photoshop documents require the same process. I'm going to show you a JPEG being converted and saved in a Photoshop as a PDF. First, I'm going to click on file, save as and then in the format box, I'm going to click the JPEG and it's going to pop up a bunch of different options for us to save in. You can save as a Photoshop document, JPEG, we're going to select Photoshop PDF. We're going to click that and we're going to click save. Now, the dialogue box for the save settings is going to come up. I always keep it with the same high quality print and I pretty much don't change any of the settings in here; it's pretty no non-sense process and we're going to click save PDF. We're going to preserve all the things that we selected by hitting yes and now, you'll see that the filename has changed to girl.pdf from girl.jpeg. That's pretty much it. It's pretty simple and you can convert either a JPEG or PSD document and, in no time to a PDF. My name is Chase, thanks for watching.


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