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I then found two choices. I could either use a professional designer’s approach to make a cover page using Photoshop or GIMP .Or I could design it using MS Publisher as a home user. I won’t recommend you to go for any new design tools to make your PDF cover page rather we want a solution where we could use our creativity with the tools we are skilled at. Once the image is finalized; we can then convert it into PDF document.
Professional Designer’s Approach:
Click Start -> All Programs -> PDF Creator (Folder) -> Images2PDF (Folder) ->Images2PDF
File -> Import Images. ‘Import’ Dialog box appears. You can use the default settings or customize it.
Click Import. It will ask you to specify file.
You can see the file is added. Export it to PDF format now.
Click File -> Export to pdf. Export Window pops up and allows you to enter its properties like its title, author. Image compression options are also available.
In the ‘File’ bar click on the ‘dotted button’, it will make you specify save location and the exported file name.
Your image is now in PDF format. You can also convert it in the same way as you create simple PDF files but that won’t allow you specify any image size or compression etc.
Select Start -> All Programs -> DoPDF.
Specify your file and it will recognize image file by its extension.
It will provide you some options, you may use them.
Just add your source file. You may add any URL.
Click ‘Convert Your File’.
You may enter your e-mail address to receive your file via e-mail or can open or save it directly after conversion.
Home User’s Approach:If you are satisfied with MS Office, you may prefer to use MS Publisher. It is a really good tool and provides with varieties of options. As described by its name, it is mostly used to design banners, brochures, flyers etc.
Working with it is quite easy. All you need to do is save your file in PDF format.
You may find yourself interested in making 3D- cover pages. For guidance on that you may read our post "Make an Ebook - Complete Guide" .
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