Portfolio Files and Pages Create Portfolio Files and Pages In the File menu, you have the following options: File > New: Create a new PDF portfolio. This option can also be accessed from File > Open. File>New > PDF Portfolio: As the name suggests, this is a new print-ready PDF portfolio from which you can create a submittal. Also, this is an easy-to-use menu. Just select File > New > (Print Only) > PDF Portfolio (File Size:) from the menu. Or, if you want a print-ready PDF portfolio from which you can create your signature files, then select File > Create > (Print Only) > Portfolio from the menu. Portfolio files and pages are also created as PDF files. To save these as a submittal to a digital address, select the portfolio files as print-ready PDF portfolios, and then select File > Save As (File Name:) in the menu. Or, if you want to save a blank PDF portfolio from which you can create your signatures, then select File > Print and select Save (as Profile) from the menu to create a blank PDF. Portfolio File Name: The file name you give it. It is your choice; but if you want to save the entire PDF, use File > Save for Web (File Name:). If you want to save a PDF file only after you make edits to an individual page, see Portfolio As (blank) (File Name:). Page: The page number (number of pages) of each page in the portfolio. If the portfolio contains an entire page, click File > Print (as Profile) to print a PDF. This creates a blank PDF, so you can make edits on the page and print another version. To add a page to an already-printed portfolio, click File > Save as (Profile) and select a profile such as Page > Page 1, Page 2, etc. You want the page number to be 1 for the first page and the second page. For example, the following file will create a print-ready portfolio with a first page as page 1 and second page as page 2 : File > Save for Web (as Profile) (as Profile:), for example, to save a blank PDF. For each page in the portfolio, add the following: The page number (the number of pages) where the first page appears as a page number, separated by a space.