If you have been working on Canva, you might come across a situation where you have to combine different Canva files. In such a scenario, most create everything from scratch, resulting in reduced efficiency.
To address this, we have come up with a solution that offers combining multiple files on Canva.
Combine Files in Canva
- Start by opening Canva on your browser and sign in with your credentials. Now navigate to the Recent designs and open the project that you’re working on, or create a new one by clicking on the Create a design button.
- Now, open the project you want to combine on a new tab, and once it is loaded, click on Grid view present at the bottom. By doing so, you will be displayed with a preview of all pages present in the project.
Note: Before proceeding further, make changes to the project you wish to combine if needed. Doing this is ideal to avoid making changes after combining the files to prevent confusion.
- With changes made and the Grid view is displayed, select all pages by dragging the mouse or pressing Ctrl + A key combination. Once selected, press Ctrl + C to copy all pages.
- Now navigate back to the current/new Canva file and repeat Step 2. Once the preview of pages is displayed, press the Ctrl + V key combination and wait for a while for the pages to paste.
- After the pages are copied, you have successfully combined Canva files. Now, you can rearrange them and make modifications as you wish, and once you’re done, download the file to the file type of your choice.
Pro Tip [Continuation to Step 3]: If you want to combine specific pages with the other project, navigate to the grid view and select pages by holding the Ctrl key. Alternatively, if you want to select specific pages in an order at once, select a page and click on the end page while holding the Shift key.
Congratulations on two/multiple files in Canva!
While Canva offers an easy and reliable way to combine files, you need to create a new project and combine files manually, which can be a lengthy process. For a quicker approach, download the files from Canva and use conventional tools like Adobe Acrobat Pro for better flexibility and automation.