There are many ways of converting your files to PDFs. The most common one is to save your pictures and documents in a folder on your computer and then just do an image to PDF or PDF to image converter. A photo can be saved as an image in a folder on your computer, then when you have the file, you paste it in the right application (a JPG converter can then convert the image to a PDF) and then you get this handy file as a PDF. The problem with that method is that every time you open the PDF file, it might show some errors. For example, your pictures may not be properly aligned, and you can't see the white space in them. Another method is to convert the PDF file to images and then paste it into any program which can open a PDF file, or you can just scan the PDF to a computer so that you get only important information on the other side. The JPG to PDF Converter is a better option for this purpose. It will convert the file exactly as it gets when the files are saved onto your computer, so you will have exactly what you have on disk. But to be honest, it won't work very well, because the file won't contain very clean of information. That's the main reason why I wrote my JPG to PDF converter article. It will not only convert your pictures to PDF files, but it will also convert your JPG files into PDF documents and save you from the problem of having an error like missing, misplaced or corrupted information. In order to write my JPG to PDF converter article, I had to create another PDF converter application which can read the same file format as the existing JPG to PDF converter can read (.PFD) and I'll also write some articles on how to get a JPG to PDF Converter for Mac and Windows using Apple software.