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JPEGs to PDF ebook -- how should I do it?


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Hello,

I have several series of photos of various old projects I took with my film camera that I've have now scanned and saved as JPEG. I would like to assemble the jpegs of each project into a .pdf ebook. Any suggestions on the best (and relatively painless) way to go about this? Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.

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As long as you have Acrobat Standard or Pro, you can just go to "File>Create PDF>From Multiple Files..." , navigate to the folder where you have your pictures stored & choose which pictures you want to include.
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I'm not at a Mac at this moment, but can't you just select the images in the Finder, right click (control click) and say Open in Preview? Then you could just save as a PDF file.
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The problem with that is that the poster wants to save multiple pictures into one pdf
Preview can save individual images into separate pdfs, but can't combine them into a multi page pdf afaik
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Open TextEdit and drag or copy/paste your images into a new file. Then do a Print, PDF -> Save As PDF.

You can add text too.
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