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Yes you can. If the software to do this is already installed, when you sellect Print... a pop up menu will appear with a list of your printers init. Select the one that says pdf and it will ask you for a file name. This will then save your file as a PDF. If you do not have the PDF printer listed here is a fee option to download one.
go to http://www.orange.co.uk .and select in the search down the left hand side photo's,create a account(its free)with there version of photobox as they are doing a promotion on larger print format's with up to your first 40 prints free also,good luck.
As a work around untill we can figure this issue out. http://www.acrosoftware.com/Products/CutePDF/writer.asp This is a FREE PDF Print to file program.
At the top left of the page the are links to the PDF Creator and the Required GPL Ghostscript 8. The program will not function without it. Both programs work with x64 Vista. Read the website for the other benifits or the program.
JPEGs were only really intended for monitor display, although they do print up on a home inkjet very well. They should not really be used for any kind of long term storage other than as original image files if that is how they were shot, as every time you save them they degrade due to the compression process used. If you are working in photoshop I would leave them in psd format, especially if you have any layers. Your edited files will store well long term as either psd or tiff files. Tiff supports layers but again unless you need to print them commercially psd will suffice.
1.In Tools/Options/General Options, check the box beside "Optimal Printing Resolution". 2.Go to File/Printer Setup/Printer Setup. 3.Under "Name" select Broderbund PDF Converter v2.10d 4.Next, go to File/Professional Printing. 5.Select "Save As PDF". 6.At the next screen, type the name of the PDF file you want to save in "Project Name". 7.Under "PDF Resolution", select 600 dpi. 8.Click on "Save As". In the next window, browse to the folder in which you want to save the file (for example: My Documents). 9.Click on the "Save" button. 10.PrintMaster will save the PDF file to the folder you selected. 11.Open the file in Adobe Acrobat to make sure all the elements and pages are there and that it looks as expected.