Hi there. I appreciate this is a pretty unique problem. I just want to know if there is a simpler way of doing what I'm doing. I'm pretty sure there must be. Basically, I have designed a mobile app for a client in Photoshop. It has over 100 screens and is pretty high-res (2500x1600px). I also have a storyboard setup in Illustrator with basically 4 rows and columns of squares per Artboard (basically an A4 page). These squares are where the screenshots of my app will sit from Photoshop and the Illustrator Storyboard will eventually be exported to a PDF for the client. Now I have to keep manually going through every single screen in Photoshop, copy and pasting them into Illustrator before resizing them and positioning them to fit in each square. Obviously this process is mundane and slow. I was wondering if there is an easier way? Maybe there is a way to automatically place the screen in the square from Photoshop or somehow copy it in easier? Any help would be great. Thanks.