1 Save the artwork, and choose Photoshop PDF from the Format menu. (See "Saving files" on page 446.)
2 In the PDF Options dialog box, select the options you want, and click OK.
Encoding Determines the compression method. (See "About file compression" on page 453.)
Note: Bitmap-mode images are automatically encoded using CCITTcompression— the PDF Options dialog box does not appear.
Save Transparency Preserves transparency when the file is opened in another application. (Transparency is always preserved when the file is reopened in Photoshop or ImageReady.) This option is not available if the file contains a spot color channel.
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