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Creating Blank PDFs

Creating a New Blank PDF

  1. Choose File > New > Blank Document from the menu.
  2. Choose a page orientation in the New Page window. By default, a blank page will be selected.
  3. Click “Choose” or tap the Return/Enter key to confirm.
  4. Insert a page into the PDF by choosing Edit > Insert Blank Page (Command+Option+B), or drag a page thumbnail from an open PDF and drop it in.
  5. Choose File > Duplicate (or File > Save As) to give the PDF a name.

Creating a New One Page Document

  1. Choose File > New > From Stationery from the menu. (Command+N).
  2. Choose a page orientation and design in the New Page window.
  3. After making a selection in the New Page window, click “Choose” or tap the Return/Enter key to confirm.
  4. Begin editing your new page.
  5. Choose File > Duplicate (or File > Save As) to give the PDF a name.
Default Page Orientation and Design

The last selected paper style and orientation selected for new one-page documents or inserting blank pages will remain as default during the editing session.

To bypass the stationery picker when inserting blank pages in an open document, choose Edit > Insert Blank Page Again. Users can also duplicate paper styles already added in their document through copying and pasting.