Can anyone help me learn to use Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign and Acrobat to produce a high quality PDF at a manageable file size. For my first attempt I did everything in Photoshop then saved then as PNG (I believe to be uncompressed?) and then used Acrobat to merge 8 Files (8PNG files, 8 pages... whatever) into a single PDF document. I set Ps to 300DPI resolution and A4 size. The file size came out to be about 2.8MB for this PDF and the quality seemed fine zoomed at 100% but when zoomed in because it was produced from raster files (PNG) it got pixelated very quickly. I have tried to use ID to produce a document from the psd files but when I used file->place the final exported PDF document was over 7Mb and looked about the same quality (I thought it might use the text and some paths as vectors and maintain the quality for whatever zoom... but it didn't) I then used Illustrator to open the PSD files and it converted them to 'objects' then I simply copied and pasted the files into ID to produce the booklet and it took a while for each copy and paste but it maintained the text quality at an infinite zoom. I believe that when Ai converted the layers to objects it maintained the text. Would anyone be able to help me produce a higher quality PDF booklet at a lower file size and help me expand my knowledge a bit in these programs. Extra Info: I use CS4 programs I used Ai to create and 'blend' a couple of paths drawn with the pen tool I used Ps to do the entire pages texts and inserted a couple of images and effects. Then laid them out the way I wanted them The PDF will be used for Web downloading and viewing and I will also need to print some out. (Possibly produce 2 PDF files, one for each purpose?) Heres the file I've produced using the PNG files and combining them into a single PDF file. Novanta.pdf - 2.80MB Cheers, Luke.