Converting JPEGs to PDFs is one of those sort-of-everyday tasks that you really don’t think about until it’s time to do it, and then you look for a tool to do the job; preferably freeware and easy to use, too. But suppose this is a frequent task, something you do often and in large batches? Same answer: easy is good, and free is better. HiHiSoft’s JPG to PDF is the sort of tool that can cover all bases. This standalone freeware converts single images or batches of files and folders to PDFs without requiring Acrobat or other PDF software. You can drag and drop files into it for fast conversion or add files and folders the conventional way. You can also convert multiple JPEGs to single-page PDFs for photo albums and e-books. It doesn’t just handle JPEGs, either; with a built-in Image Analyzer that automatically recognizes image types, it can also convert GIF, TIFF, PNG, and PSD files to PDFs.
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