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Here’s a quick solution to a challenge that periodically crops up for some Canva users.

Let’s say you’ve created a Canva design that you intend to save as a PDF, maybe something like a guide or workbook that you’ve created as a lead magnet to grow your email list.

But you’re finding that when you download it, it’s saving as individual page images instead of the PDF that you want.

The fix is a quick one and it’s related to the file format specified in your download settings.

In the download settings, there’s typically going to be a variety of file types you can save a design as, though the specific options presented may differ slightly depending on what type of design you’ve created.

Make sure that if you’re intending to download a design as a single PDF, that your file type has not been set to PNG or JPG. If you’re working quickly, it’s possible that you saw the letter P in PNG and forgot to update that, so just make sure to change your download format to PDF and you’ll find it saves as a single PDF file.

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