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I am actually trying to save all pages in the pdf as a png image but here i can't open all pages in one time. i have read here for how to open pdf pages I have to open one by one and then i am saving it as png image. this is taking long time to finish.

Is there any shortcut to open mutliple pdf pages in photoshop and save as a image

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You could do it in Acrobat with Export > Image > PNG

In Photoshop it's more complex. When opening a PDF you can select all pages by holding shift. That way all pages open and the opened documents are named by page number.

Exporting is a different thing though. You could start with the Automate > Batch and choose all open files as source, and using an Action you recorded (e.g. Save as PNG). The downside is that Photoshop will promt you to save all open files as PSD as well which makes the process a lot less elegant.

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where is the Export option in Acrobat –  Suresh Pattu Sep 7 '12 at 6:53
    
@SureshPattu Where it usually exists in: File > Export > Image > PNG. If you would not have Acrobat Pro, one option could be to check out online converters from pdf to png.. –  Joonas Sep 7 '12 at 6:58
    
You don't need Acrobat Pro for this, just Acrobat. Reader won't do it though. –  e100 Sep 7 '12 at 12:55

To save multiple PSD files as PNG, create an 'Action' to automate the process:

Steps:

  1. Create an 'Action' with required steps, in your case save as 'png' (Window > Action or Alt + F9).
  2. Place all PSDs in a folder.
  3. Create a target folder for PNGs.
  4. Use batch processing to apply previously created 'Action' on all PSDs.(File > Automate > Batch)

You can follow a tutorial here

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i like to use animate > batch > save to psd presentation.

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I cannot find an Animate menu in Photoshop. –  Bart Arondson Mar 16 at 11:47

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