Deke's Techniques 615: Exporting a Multipage PDF from Photoshop CC

Hey, gang. This is Deke McClelland, writing his own blog post for a change. Seems like the kind of thing I should do every once in a while. Now that I've wrastled back temporary control over my own website, I have a few things to report before I get to this week's free Deke's Techniques episode. (Note: Because I'm actually Deke, I can do what I want before I do what I'm supposed to do.)

First, Deke's Techniques, the very series you're about to enjoy, has now clocked in more than 2 million paid views. Which, given the way things work, translates to something like ten times that many free views. Modest by YouTube standards, sure, but it’s a record for a weekly series hosted by a subscription-based training site. That's a thing! My heartfelt thanks to each and every single viewer.

Second, Deke's Techniques finally has an official course thumbnail at Lynda.com. Photo by Lucas Deming, design by Randall Loui, physical presence and goofy smile by me. Easter egg? I'm not right-handed.

Deke's Techniques thumnail

Third, this week's installment hows you how to export a resolution-independent, multipage PDF file from the most recent version of Photoshop CC. Why would you want to do such a thing? Cuz you're a Photoshop kook.

Or because you want to share the world's most exhaustive list of Photoshop keyboard shortcuts. You know, the one I've been celebrating for weeks. This movie describes how I actually got it out of Photoshop and into the world. An origin story for my wonder document. And now you can create the same.

And fourth, just for fun as fourth-level non-sequiturs should be, here's a picture of my son Max riding Segway's motorized unicycle, the Ninebot One S1.

Max on the wheel

See that line of trees atop the green hills above Max's head? It's 400 feet up and a mile away. After one day of practice, Max rode the S1 all the way up there. (Don't worry; we wore a helmet.) As for his getup, the boy scored a Summer job in a Walmart electronics dept. The Geek is strong with this one.

Deke's Techniques, occasionally presented by actual Dekes.

 

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