Why might I want to turn a JPG into a PDF on a Mac?
There are a number of reasons why you would want to convert a JPG to PDF. Check out some of the benefits below.
- Create a digital archive. Scanning and uploading paper documents into a digital format makes them easier to store and harder to lose. But by converting the scan images into PDF files you can also make them searchable, so you can always find the information you need quickly and easily.
- Make necessary changes. If you need to make changes to scanned documents, converting to a PDF will make them editable. Rather than retyping everything, just simply delete the errors and input your corrections.
- Use your mobile. Don’t have a scanner? Now you can use your mobile phone’s camera to snap a photo of a document. Open it in Acrobat to convert it into a searchable, editable PDF and save yourself precious time.
Before putting your new skills for changing a JPG to PDF on a Mac, why not have a browse at some of these other questions people ask about PDF files?
How do I make a PDF document on Mac?
Creating a PDF is easy and doesn’t require specialist software. Once you’ve finished editing your document, go to File > Print. At the bottom of the pop-up window will be the PDF drop-down menu. From here, choose Save to PDF.
If you have Adobe Acrobat, open the program and select Tools > Create PDF.
How do I attach a PDF to an email on Mac?
Open the file you want to email and navigate to File > Print. In the new window, locate the PDF menu and choose Send in mail. Enter the address that you want to send the email to, add an accompanying message, and then click Send to dispatch your message.
How do I make multiple PDFs into one PDF?
Combining multiple PDFs is east with Adobe Acrobat. Open the program and go to Tools > Combine Files.
Select all the files you would like to merge – these don’t all have to be PDFs, you can also combine word documents, spreadsheets, and images. Acrobat then lets you rearrange and delete the pages as you wish with an easy drag-and-drop method. Finally, remember to save the new file by clicking the Create PDF button.
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