>>I have a grayscale scan in PDF format that needs a bit of adjustment to
>>contrast & brightness.
>>I open the PDF in PS and see that it treats each page as a separate file.
>>When I go to save the file, I see I have to do 100 separate saves.
>>Is there a way to save the file in its entirety (other than Print > Save
>>PDF). I mean, I'd like to save the entire file as I edit it to protect
>>against power outages, etc.
>>Also, I want to make the same brightness and contrast changes (identical
>>values) to all the pages. How can I automate this such that I can do it
>>for the whole file (or at least make a simple key press automation for
> Mike, you should not have a problem. I have a programme named
> 'PDF-XChange Version 4' and make forms for my office on it.
> Reading your question, I tried it and I can play with it and edit it
> which ever way I want to, using PS (CS5).
> If I understand you right, you would like to know how to safe in PDF?
I don't think you can do this in PS- it only allows on page at a time
and I don't think you can make an action that includes open the page
maybe a script but I don't know how to do that
I do think you might ask the Illustrator group
that prog allows multiple pages to open
sorry I don't use it much and so can't say if you can make changes to all
images at once
the workaround I would use is to adjust contrast in the printer interface