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I have a situation here i've got four images that a student took with their phone this is a homework assignment and they want to know how to turn this into a pdf document we'll show you how to do this using i love pdf so we'll go ahead and open up a browser go to and we're going to do here is is that since the image files will show you this the image files are jpeg that's jpeg those are images we're going to select sometimes on other computer systems they're they're reported as jpg mean basically the same thing so all right so we'll go in here and we'll click jpeg to pdf and then it says what does it say we're going to convert jpeg images to pdf in seconds all we have to do is select the images or we can drop the images here so what we'll do is we will go into and select all four of these images choose these for upload and we'll go ahead and convert these to pdf so the uploading process is pretty quick the conversion's pretty quick as well too and so what we'll do now is we'll download the image and that drops into your download folder and sure enough you end up with everything that's been converted into a pdf the only deal with this is that it's a little bit out order so what you can do is if you have a mac you can actually rearrange these uh the order of these images remember they're in pdf format now so you can rearrange them and then save it and that will give you your pdf document that you have right there so pretty easy process and be sure to ask questions in class if you still don't understand how this works.


How do I convert a JPG into a PDF, but make it a hi-res file for print?
The PDF italic file format is just a wrapper. It contains whatever you put into it. So you need to take care of getting a decent JPEG italic with lots of pixels and with not too much genuine detail lost by JPEG italic typical qualitypression. For hi-res printing you need images with a resolution of 2 to 3 dpi. So if you need a 5 by 8 inch print your JPEG needs at least 1 by 16 pixels.