Simple steps to convert GIF images to PDF.
From social media memes to website images, GIFs are everywhere. To make them even more usable and shareable, try converting your GIFs to PDF. Here’s how it’s done.
GIF image files have been around nearly as long as the internet itself. Everyone has seen and probably sent GIF images to a friend or colleague. Their popularity lies in the fact that these files can contain multiple images. This characteristic means GIFs can be a single image or a series of images that, when viewed sequentially, create what appears to be a video.
How to convert a GIF image to PDF.
PDF is one of the most common file types for presenting and sharing documents and images. To include your image in a larger document and to make sure your recipient can view your image without special software, convert your GIF to PDF. In just four steps you can use the tools in Adobe Acrobat software to convert GIF images to PDF:
- Navigate to the Create PDF option from the Tools menu
- Click on Select A File
- Select the GIF from which you wish to make a PDF
- Choose Create
- Follow the prompts to save your new PDF to the desired location
Now that your image file is saved as a PDF, it can easily be shared as an email or messaging system attachment. Go ahead and share it with your friends, family, or coworkers. They’ll be able to view it.
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