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Creating PDFs from PNGs in Adobe Acrobat

Learn how to create PDF from PNGs.


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Product/Version: Adobe Acrobat 9 Pro






Creating PDFs from exported PNGs forms the next sequence of the PowerPoint to Secure PDF tutorial series. Before you proceed, make sure that you have the slides exported as PNGs from within PowerPoint. You'll also need to have Adobe Acrobat Pro installed on your system, this is a different animal than the free Adobe Acrobat Reader. You can download a trial version of Adobe Acrobat Pro from the Adobe site, at the time of writing, version 9 of Adobe Acrobat Pro was current. If you have a different version of Adobe Acrobat Pro, the process will be still similar.

Thereafter, follow these steps to create PDFs from PNGs in Adobe Acrobat Pro:

  1. Launch Adobe Acrobat Pro. From the File menu, choose Create PDF | From File, as shown in Figure 1.

    Create PDF
    Figure 1: Create PDF
  2. This summons the Open window (see Figure 2). Navigate to the folder were the exported PNGs were saved, and select the first PNG. Click the Open buton.

    Open PNG
    Figure 2: Open PNG
  3. This will add the selected PNG as a slide page in Adobe Acrobat Pro, as shown in Figure 3.

    Inserted PNG
    Figure 3: Inserted PNG
  4. Save the PDF.

In the next tutorial of this series, we'll explore how to insert multiple new slide pages at one time in Adobe Acrobat Pro.

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