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Creating a pdf with scanned A4 images

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Hi experts,

I have adobe creator 5 and what I want is to scan 3 A4 sheets of paper and make them into a pdf.

Can you advise how I do this?
I have tried to do it already and inserted the scanned images into word, then converted to pdf, but they dont come out great, being smalled than A4.


Thanks in advance.

Kevin
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Just scan right into Adobe Acrobat (there is no Adobe app named "Creator", I assume you mean Adobe Acrobat). I don't have access to a version 5, but if I remember correctly, the option to scan was under File>Import>From Scanner.
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I will get a chance to try this out this weekend; I will report back on Monday. Sorry for the delay in getting back to you.


Kevin
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