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There used to be a PDF export option in Photoshop, but it's gone in CS4.

What replaced it is Bridge, however no matter what I do, Bridge ends up resizing my image. The physical dimensions (cm/inches) in the final PDF are not what they are in Photoshop.

Any tips on exporting an image without messing up its size?

(Clarification: I want the final PDF to contain a page of the size I specify, with a white background, and my image positioned somewhere on this page such that the image width/height in cm is exactly the same in the PDF as it was in Photoshop.)

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What about using PDFcreator? Print to PDF from the printing menu in PS (and print the PDF ?) – Shiki May 15 '10 at 13:43
    
@Shiki that might be good enough, thanks. Didn't occur to me for some reason, even though I often use it from other programs... – romkyns May 17 '10 at 17:01
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Choose File, Save As, and then choose Photoshop PDF as the type. No need to go through Bridge.

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I must be blind... this is perfect. Thanks. – romkyns May 20 '10 at 10:31

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