If it is a flattened pdf, you can open it in Illustrator, select everything, then in the Layers panel, go to its menu and Release to layers >, Sequence and then export it as a layered .psd. Is there a way to limit the use or life of a PDF, or PSD or TIFF file so that it can be transferred to another party for printing? Open the PDF in Photoshop. You’ll get an Import PDF dialog box in which you can select the pages that you would like rasterized or images that you need extracted from the PDF. Each page/image will open up as a separate file. You can then combine them into a layered PSD file. Lots of software & tools available for converting PDF files to layered PSD file format. However, after all you need to check its quality by manually. Each PDF file summarizes a complete description of a 2D and 3D document that includes the text, fonts, images and 2D vector graphics that combine the document. They do not encode information that is specific to the application software, hardware, or operating system used to create or view the document. For that you need expert help to convert it into layered PSD file efficiently. If you have knowledge about Photoshop software, you can do it by yourself. Here I listed some steps, follow it accordingly. Click on ‘Pages’ if you want to convert an entire PDF page, or click on ‘Images’ if you only want to convert an image from a PDF page. Click on a thumbnail to select a single page, or press the ‘command’ key on a Windows computer or the ‘Apple’ key on a Mac while clicking on multiple pages to select them. Click ‘OK.’ A ‘Rasterizing File’ message comes up as Photoshop converts the PDF page or pages into images. The image file then opens. If you’ve imported multiple pages, you see a tabbed window, with one tab for each imported page. Click on a tab to view the image. Click ‘File,’ and then click ‘Save As.’ Click on a folder to select the location where you want to save the PDF page as a PSD file. Click on the ‘Format’ pull-down menu, and then click ‘Photoshop.’ Click ‘Save’ to convert the PDF page to a PSD If the PDF was saved with editing capabilities, then yes, opening it up in Photoshop might do the trick, vector data will be turned into shape layers, or smart objects, depending on the state and how the original document was saved. Yes, when you open Photoshop find the PDF file and tell Photoshop to open the file, it will prompt you with all the layers as thumbnails on the left pane. Hold the Control button down on the keyboard while you click on each of those thumbnails. Photoshop will split all of those layers into separate files. After this you have to copy/cut the layer from each file into a master version of the file. Is there a way to limit the use or life of a PDF, or PSD or TIFF file so that it can be transferred to another party for printing? He just made fun of someone with a physical disability. Not to prove a point, not to bring any issue to light, not because it was somehow making some point about ‘Political correctness’, just because the person he was discussing had a physical disability that he could mock. So he did. Do you think children should be aware of the news at a young age? Or should they be oblivious to all the bad things that happen in our world? Not all news events are tragic. The year was 1981, and I told my 3-year-old daughter, ‘Remember today. It is the last day that Jimmy Carter is president of the United States.’ Decades later we were talking about early memories, and she mentioned that day. I had totally forgotten that I had said that to her, but she remembered. We think it may be her earliest memory, because it was special, mo… My friend’s eight year old daughter and six year old son were watching a baseball game with me when a Viagra commercial came on and ended with the announcer saying something like ‘Ask your doctor if you are healthy enough for sex.’ Source.