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Batch Convert JPG Images to PDF File

JPG to PDF is a simple to use utility that lets you merge multiple JPG images into a single PDF file without compromising on the image quality. You can use it as a PDF photo album or PDF eBook or as it is smaller n size, you can easily email to someone you like.

JPG to PDF is very easy to use and converting speed is extremely fast. Moreover, it also supports other image formats such as PNG, GIF, TIF and BMP.

To convert your photos to PDF file, run the tool, just drag and drop images to the program window or select image folders and then click ‘Convert’ button. It’ll instantly convert to PDF.

From the settings menu, you can choose the output directory and conversion mode – Convert all images to single PDF or each image into PDF.

Interested users can download JPG to PDF converter (1MB) free at developer’s website for free.


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