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Lesson 4. Converting Files to Adobe PDF > Exploring on your own: Creating Adobe...

Exploring on your own: Creating Adobe PDF from the context menu (Windows)

On Windows, you can also create and consolidate Adobe PDF files using the context menu.

Using the Convert to Adobe PDF command

1.
Navigate to the Lesson04 folder, and right-click on the file Memo.txt.

2.
From the context menu, choose Convert to Adobe PDF.

Text files are converted to Adobe PDF using Web Capture and opened in Acrobat. Different conversion methods are used for other file types, but the conversion method is always determined automatically by Acrobat.

3.
Choose File > Save. Name the file and choose where to save it in the Save As dialog box.

When you are finished, close any open Adobe PDF files and exit Acrobat.

Using the Combine in Adobe Acrobat command

1.
Navigate to the Lesson04 folder, and select the file GC_Logo.jpg.

2.
Ctrl-click to add more files to the selection. We added GC_VendAgree.tif.

3.
Right-click, and from the context menu, choose Combine in Adobe Acrobat.

Acrobat opens and displays the Create PDF From Multiple Files, with the target files listed in the Files to Combine list. You can add to the list of files, rearrange files, delete files, and convert and consolidate files as described in “Converting and combining different types of files” in this lesson.

When you are finished, close any open PDF files and exit Acrobat.

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