Whether it’s sending your school project to your teachers or multiple important documents to a colleague. Most of us, have backed up these important documents on our hard drives. The problem is that mostly, you only get one option to upload PDF files, so if you’ve multiple images, there is no seamless or free method. However, the method listed below, once set up, lets you combine images to PDFs instantly. So, let’s see how to do it.
How to Convert Multiple Images to One PDF Document
Before we begin, you’d need a free Windows app called Image to PDF converter. Once the set-up starts, select the location you want to install the app in or keep it at default and hit next. It would take hardly a few seconds to install, once done, tap on Finish to complete the setup.
The app hardly takes 10 Mb disk space and does not come with any add-on downloader or spam
To open the pictures you need to combine, Tap on the Add sign on the top left corner as shown in the picture below. You also have the option to drag and drop multiple on the middle empty space.
Now, from the new window, browser to the images. Preferably, try and copy all the images in one folder on the desktop to make it an easy selection. Once you’re one, hit Open from the bottom right.
Now that you’ve imported the images successfully, you’ll be able to view all the images in the file list section. Other useful info available is the location on your disk and image size. Next, tap convert on to combine all the files.
Before you’re able to see the conversion, there is also an option to name the file and choose the desired destination. The default folder will be where all you’re images are imported from. Now, hit save.
You’ll see a successful conversion message, tap on OK to close the prompt.
You have the option to view the PDF file after it’s converted. Click on Yes to view it or no to see it later manually.
Besides the conversion feature, you have a few other features that can come handy. These include being able to change the image order from the move up/down icons, a preview image option, and remove, which lets you delete images that you imported by mistake.
File it supports: BMP, GIF, JPEG, JPG, JPEBMP, DIB, RLE, ICO, EMF, WMF, GIF, JPEG, JPG, JPE, and more.
So here we talked about how to convert multiple images to one PDF document. It’s a very easy method and if you follow the steps I’ve stated above, you’ll be able to combine any number of pictures instantly. You don’t need an internet connection nor do you have to rely on shoddy printer tricks. If you find success by following these steps, do leave a comment below!