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How do you convert a PDF to a layered PSD?
Unfortunately, as far as I know there is no direct way to do so. When you open the PDF with Photoshop it usually ignores the white background but all the elements are on the same layer. You might be able to select each element with any of the Marquee Tools > Right Click > Layer Via Cut. This will cut out the selected area from the background layer and placed it on a new layer. Keep in mind that even if the content of the PDF was vector before opening it in Photoshop, now everything is raster—made of pixels; this means that your text is not editable. Depending on which program the PDF is made and how it had been saved it might be better to open it in Illustrator (instead of Photoshop). Illustrator might give you possibility to edit the entire PDF or copy the elements and paste each on a new layer in Photoshop.
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What happens is that, Photoshop is being “pushed” all the time: Photoshop is not being updated nor are the new files being downloaded and applied by Photoshop. The result is that Adobe Reader can not open or edit the PDF. However, there is a way round this, which is to do a PDF import in Photoshop. Doing that will not affect the files of your e-book and as I already mentioned this is not necessary. Importing a PDF If you want to import the PDF manually you will need to open it in Adobe Reader first. You will do that by going to Document > Open or using your browser search “Adobe Reader” or “Acrobat Reader” and selecting the PDF you want to open. After it opens it can be imported manually the same way as any other document or file: 1. Copy the URL where the PDF is. 2. Put this address in the.
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