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I have multipule jpgs images that I want to covert to a single pdf file. Can someone point me in the right direction?

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Adobe Acrobat (not reader) will do it, there are also some freeware open/source PDF converters out there but I cannot attest to their reliability or compatability with Adobe Acrobat Reader on your clients' machines.

My thought though - is why would you want to?

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milleker wrote in post #4406468external link
Adobe Acrobat (not reader) will do it, there are also some freeware open/source PDF converters out there but I cannot attest to their reliability or compatability with Adobe Acrobat Reader on your clients' machines.

My thought though - is why would you want to?

Why would I want to what?

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Do you have photoshop? File/Automate/PDF Presentation might do what you're asking?

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ACDSee Pro will do it. It's around $100 though. I also use it to create HTML slideshows for proofing our album designs for clients.

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Why are you trying to make a PDF? There seems to be a lot of better ways to present an album of images to someone - if thats what you are trying to do. I don't know your circumstances so thats why I asked why you were trying to make a PDF of images.

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There are several ways that you can accomplish what I think you are trying to do.

1. Cut and paste the jpegs into a MS Word doc and then use a word to pdf convertor to create a multi-page pdf. There are several available on www.cnet.comexternal link download section. I use solidconvertor

2. Use PS to convert each jpg into a pdf file, then use a join or merge program (www.sobolsoft.comexternal link) to merge the individual pdfs into a single document. Also a few of these on cnet.com

I hope this is helpful

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The simplest way to put multiple photos in a pdf is to print them from exlorer to a PDF using a pdf-creator that installs as a printer.
Any layout that can be printed will be transformed to PDF.

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I think they were asking why you would wan tto put pictures into a PDF.
I would think for a layout or for proofing. If done into a PDF and protected via password, people can't extract the pictures as easily...

Although the newest PDF password crack software is very good.

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PalmBayFlo wrote in post #4406560external link
Do you have photoshop? File/Automate/PDF Presentation might do what you're asking?

Perfect, thats exactly what I needed, I appreciate it. Thanks again

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My pleasure :)

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