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On your Mac, click the Finder icon in the Dock to open a Finder window. Select the files you want to combine into a PDF. Control-click the selected files, then choose Quick Actions > Create PDF.
Delete a page from a PDF: Choose View > Thumbnails or View > Contact Sheet, select the page or pages to delete, then press the Delete key on your keyboard (or choose Edit > Delete). When you delete a page from a PDF, all the annotations on the page are removed as well.
Select photos on Photo Gallary. Click on the dots to open a menu, and tap on "Print". Choose "Save as PDF". Edit the PDF settings including paper size, letter, orientation, color, etc. Choose a location from your phone to store this converted PDF.
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.
Click Library in the top left corner. Select multiple images. Right click on one of the images and select Print > Print Multiple Images. Select Microsoft Print to PDF. Click Print. All of the selected images are printed to the specified PDF file!!!!
In Finder, select all the images you want to include in the PDF. Right-click (or Ctrl-click) one of the highlighted files and select Open With -> Preview in the contextual dropdown menu. In Preview's sidebar, drag the thumbnail images into the order that you want them to appear in the PDF document.
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