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Convert Multiple Images to PDF Click on the "Select" button to select multiple photos. Click on the "Print" button. "Print" window will appear on the screen with various options. Under the "Printer" option, select the "Microsoft Print to PDF" option and click on the "Print" button to proceed.
Go to the JPG to PDF tool, drag and drop your JPGs in. Rearrange the images in the correct order. Click 'Create PDF Now' to merge the images. Download your single document on the following page.
Select all of the images you want in your PDF, right-click and choose open with Preview. In Preview's Sidebar drag the images into the order you want them to appear in your PDF. Select/highlight all the images to be included in the PDF document; otherwise only a single image may end up the PDF document.
Find your PDF document in Windows Explorer, then right-click on it and select Open With -> Google Chrome . Once your PDF is open in Chrome, click the Print icon in top right hand side of the window. When the Print dialogue appears, click Change in the Destination section. On the next screen, select Save as PDF .
Go to the Print dialog or hit the universal shortcut key Ctrl + P. You can also right-click and select Print from the context menu. In the Print dialog, set your printer to Microsoft Print to PDF. In the Pages section, select the option for entering a page range and enter the page number which you want to extract.
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