How To Convert Images To PDF Tumblr (3.0; @convertimagetopdf) How to convert multiple JPG to PDF online <p>We’ve talked about <a href="" target="_blank">converting a single JPG to PDF on Windows</a> and also <a href="" target="_blank">converting a JPG to PDF on MacOs</a> both <b>without additional software</b>, only using applications already available with the operating system.</p><p>If you have <b>multiple JPG images</b> (or other formats like PNG, GIF, BPM, TIFF, WEBP etc.) and want to <b>convert </b>them<b> to PDF</b> then the quickest way is to use an online service. Again, no additional software to install. Just use <a href="" target="_blank">your browser</a>.</p><p>Adobe has a suite of online tools called <a href="" target="_blank">Adobe Document Cloud</a> that can scan documents or convert JPEG images to PDF.</p><p>There are some <a href="" target="_blank">online JPG to PDF converters</a> that are cheaper or free to use:</p><ul><li>Smaller P.D.F</li><li>Sejda PDF</li><li><br/></li></ul><h2>Step 1: Upload image files</h2><p>Open up the <a href="" target="_blank"><b>JPG to PDF</b></a> <b>online service</b> in your browser. Then <b>select all image</b> files in <b>Finder </b>or<b> Windows Explorer</b> and drag them to the web page.</p><p>Upload should start and finish quickly, depending on how many images you selected and how large they are.</p><h2>Step 2: Configure page size, margin or page orientation</h2><p>Most of the times the default settings are just fine. If you want a specific <b>page size</b> or want a <b>white margin around your image</b>, you can configure these options now.</p><p>If your images need to be <b>reordered</b> you can drag them in the right place with the mouse, holding on to the page thumbnail and dragging it left or right.</p><figure data-orig-width="1104" data-orig-height="714" class="tmblr-full"><img src="" alt="image" data-orig-width="1104" data-orig-height="714"/></figure><p>Step 3: Save PDF result</p><p>Click the <b>Convert to PDF</b> button and then click <b>Download</b> to save your PDF result.</p><p>That was it! Easy as sunday morning.</p> Mon, 12 Jun 2017 07:15:26 -0400 jpg to pdf online Convert image to PDF on MacOS (without additional software) <p>We’ve <a href="" target="_blank">shown previously how to convert an image to PDF</a> on Windows. Now we’re moving on to <b>MacOS.</b></p><p>So here’s now to convert that image file and save it as a PDF document on a <a href="" target="_blank">Mac</a>.</p><h2>Step 1: Open the image with Preview</h2><p>Open <a href="" target="_blank">Finder</a> and navigate to the image location. Then double click the image file to open it with <a href="" target="_blank">Preview, the app with PDF super-powers</a>.</p><figure data-orig-width="724" data-orig-height="779" class="tmblr-full"><img src="" alt="image" data-orig-width="724" data-orig-height="779"/></figure><h2>Step 2: Print image to PDF</h2><p>With Preview open, click <b>Command+P</b> to bring up the <b>Print dialog</b>.</p><p>You can change handy settings such as <b>Paper size</b> or <b>Scaling</b> and make sure it looks as you expect it in the Print Preview section.</p><p>Then click the <b>PDF button</b> in the lower left part of the screen and choose a location to <b>save</b> your resulting <b>PDF</b> document.</p><figure class="tmblr-full" data-orig-height="779" data-orig-width="784"><img src="" data-orig-height="779" data-orig-width="784"/></figure><p>Done, that was it! Quick and simple, and no extra software required.</p> Fri, 02 Jun 2017 06:57:15 -0400 image to pdf mac os How to convert an image to PDF on Windows (without extra software) <p>Below we’ll talk about how to convert an image file to a PDF document. All <a href="" target="_blank"><b>image formats</b></a> are supported: JPG, PNG, GIF, TIF, BMP and others.</p><p>Unlike other recipes, we won’t be using <b>no extra software</b> that doesn’t come installed with the <b>Windows 10</b> operating system.</p><h2>Step 1: Open the image</h2><p>Open <b>Windows Explorer</b> and navigate to the folder where the image is located, then <b>double click</b> to open it with <a href="" target="_blank">Windows Photos</a>.</p><h2>Step 2: Print Image to PDF</h2><p>From the Windows Photos menu select <b>Print.</b></p><figure data-orig-width="637" data-orig-height="325" class="tmblr-full"><img src="" alt="image" data-orig-width="637" data-orig-height="325"/></figure><p>A Print dialog will open. Make sure the <b>Microsoft Print to PDF printer</b> is selected.</p><p>You can configure some handy options too, like <b>Paper size</b>, <b>Orientation</b> or <b>Photo size</b>.</p><figure data-orig-width="1303" data-orig-height="773" class="tmblr-full"><img src="" alt="image" data-orig-width="1303" data-orig-height="773"/></figure><p>Now click the <b>Print</b> button and choose where to save your resulting PDF document.</p><p>Woop woop! You’re done, congratulations. That was easy!</p> Mon, 15 May 2017 06:09:38 -0400 image to pdf windows