Drag an image to the Workflow sheet of the Create Workflow window. Press … Create Automaton Sequence… Create PDF from JPEG Aug 7, 2023 — You can create PDFs from a set of JPEG images that you have already saved in your computer. Open the image in your photo-editing software by pressing the “Command”. Then press the “Shift” key and select the 'Choose Image from Folder' option. Make sure it is the right image. Use the “Format Options” option to change how you want to save the file. Convert JPEG to PDF Use Command + Command + 3 to select all the images in a folder. Go to File ▸ Convert Image to PDF in your Mac's Finder ▸ File ▸ Convert Image to PDF. Right- click on the selected image and choose File ▸ Save Image to Document. Save the PDF If all went well, you should now have a fully edited PDF file. Conversion to PDF using ImageMagick Mar 31, 2023 — ImageMagick is a free program for manipulating images, and it can also convert a variety of image formats to PDF. Go to File ▸ Convert Image to PDF in your Mac's Finder ▸ File ▸ Convert Image to PDF. Then select the “ImageMagick” option located on the right-hand side of the dialog. The ImageMagick option takes the original file (in Windows-path) and a file which contains the modified version of the image (in Windows-path). This option will write the image to the specified image-based PDF. Select the image to be converted. Select the image from the file-browser. Set the number of pages you want to print. If selected, choose “Save Selection to File”. Choose the page size: Page Size and Page Margin. Click “Save” to convert the image to PDF without loss of image quality. Save As PDF? Click “Save as PDF”. The files will be saved in your ~/Library/Caches/ folder. Convert JPEG to PDF This is the same workflow as above, but I used the Convert to PDF tool in GIMP instead to do all the work. ImageMagick is an open-source utility that can be used on a variety of platforms. So get some GIMP.