Arash Heidari asked the question âHow Can I create a single PDF file out of a separate set of images filesâ Yes I can be done. How you want the visual result to look will impact how you approach the work. Let say that the PDF file is going to be one page, and that one page PDF is going to have six image files and these are in jpeg format. Then one method is to place, size and arrange the image files on a single page. Several applications allow you set up a letter size page and layout images on the page. The page could be any size, letter, tabloid and so on. Professional applications include Quark; QuarkXPress, Combine And Reorder Pdf ; Indesign, Illustrator. These are some other applications can be used too. Once you have your page set up and ready, and the six .jpeg files selected, then you place and arrange, size images to your liking on your letter size page. Then you can save any of these application files as a PDF file, using various methods and several PDF file set up options are available. Another method is to use the Combine And Reorder Pdf application a PDF manager-editor. Combine And Reorder Pdf has a menu choice just for this need, and it is called âCombine Files into a Single PDFâ. This menu choice makes a PDF file with a page for each image. What you would do; With Combine And Reorder Pdf running, from the main menu bar you choose File, the scroll down to Create. You will see the menu choice Combine Files into a Single PDF. Choose this, a window comes up. You click the add files button, navigate to and add files of choosing. You will see in window that several configuration options exist, when ready next hit the Combine files button and you have a PDF file. These are a couple of the methods that might fit your need.
PDF Viewer, PDF Generator or just find a free PDF viewer. Get into a PDF reader to start viewing the document, or you can try PDF Wizard. PDF Wizard allows you import Microsoft PDF files. You can create PDF documents using Microsoft Excel, Open Office, Macerate, OpenOffice, OpenOffice and LibreOffice (and OpenOffice) documents. It is usually much easier to learn the use of the Microsoft PDF function (e.g., Save As) and the Apple PDF function (e.g., Convert). Get into the habit of saving a new document (with the same names you have used with the old), by creating a folder called “new_dave,” and then a new file in this folder called “new_dave.pdf.” By using the file name for the new file you will avoid confusing it too much with some old files (your original one). Note: Some documents in this article contain links to other resources and/or.