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Question On Converting Jpegs Into A Single Pdf

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At this site they prefer .cbr files which are rar or zip files as it's relatively simple and zero cost to create them. PDF's are a different matter though.

I personally use Adobe Acrobat Pro to create PDF's as it's simply a case of telling it to create a file from multiple jpgs and away it goes. For a cost of course. Abobe products aren't cheap but I have a work license so it didn't cost me anything. :D

There are freeware alternatives like CutePDF but most are plugin style and require you to use a program that allows printing to actually create the PDF so I guess you'd probably need to be able to import all the jpg files into the program in order to get the file you want. Of course, if you have some internet searching skills and aren't overly moralistic then you have enough information to find everything you need to accomplish the task.

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PDF is actually an open format, so anyone with the time and skills can

create an editor and start spitting out PDFs. The higly bloated acrobat

is simply that, something able to understand PDF files. Of course it is

probably the most compatible one, after all, they are the ones that

created the format.

But then again, if you really need to do that it is possible to create a

small free simple software that would be able to joing all jpegs you want

inside a single PDF. I could do that. It would take some time but it is not

hard at all. It'd be so simple that its size would be way less than 100KB

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it is easy to convert jpeg to pdf with a simple image converting library. you can either make your own editor just like Fernue said or you can make use of online

image coonverter to help you. there are a plenty of similar converters.

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it is easy to convert jpeg to pdf with a simple image converting library. you can either make your own editor just like Fernue said or you can make use of online

image coonverter to help you. there are a plenty of similar converters.

I agree with you.It would be more convenient to convert images to PDF files using a third party image converter.But do you know any cheap image converter which suoports to work in iphone?Thanks for any suggestions.

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