How to convert a JPEG into PDF

A step-by-step guide on saving a JPG image to a PDF on your Windows PC
An undated image illustrating JPG and PDF.—91Mobiles/File
An undated image illustrating JPG and PDF.—91Mobiles/File

When you save a photo on your computer normally, it results in a JPEG file format. However, if you need to get a PDF version of the photo, there are useful options available on your computer. Furthermore, you can employ Adobe's free online converter precisely designed to save a JPEG as PDF.

Steps to Convert A JPEG Image Into PDF

  1. When you double-click on any photo in your Window, it opens in the photos app on your computer.
  2. If the photo opens in a different app, close the window, right-click the photo, select "Open with," and choose photos.
  3. To add multiple photos to the same PDF file, click "See all photos" at the top-left corner, click "Select" at the top-right, and choose the photos you want to include.
  4. Click the "Print" icon (resembling a printer) in the upper-right corner of the window.
  5. From the "Printer" drop-down menu at the top-left corner, select "Microsoft Print to PDF."
  6. In case you have multiple photos, each will be added to its own sheet in the PDF. Go to preview to see how each page looks like by clicking the arrows above the preview in the right panel.
  7. Click the "Print" button at the bottom of the menu. This will open your file browser.
  8. Give a name to your PDF file in the "File name" text box at the bottom of the window. Select a pertinent name to easily find the PDF later.
  9. Pick a save location by clicking the desired folder on the left side of the window. Make sure it's a place where you can easily find the PDF when needed.
  10. Click "Save" in the bottom-right corner of the window. Your photo is now saved as a PDF. If you have selected multiple photos, they will all be included in the file.

By following these steps, you can easily save a JPEG as a PDF on your computer.