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Convert several jpg's to one pdf

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Hi!
I just wanted to ask about how to convert several jpg-files to juste ONE pdf-file. Can anybody help please?
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Re: Convert several jpg's to one pdf

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Hoss wrote:Hi!
I just wanted to ask about how to convert several jpg-files to juste ONE pdf-file. Can anybody help please?
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Hoss
You have 'create multipage file'
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I know about this tool. I already used it the standard way: By converting several jpg-files, I get several pdf-files. But, I just want one pdf-file, that includes all the jpg-files. You know what I mean?
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:arrow: Hoss

:) Hello !

• That works like Pierre says, you have to set “Portable Document Format” as the output file format, from the dropdown list.
- I tested, I get a single PDF containing all JPGs … :wink:

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Re: Import in…

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Clo & Pierre wrote: You have 'create multipage file' ...
• That works like Pierre says, you have to set “Portable Document Format” as the output file format, from the dropdown list.
- I tested, I get a single PDF containing all JPGs … :
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Nice, I did'nt know this possibility too, under Xnview !
'mouse select some images(Ctrl+mouse) or tag images \ create \ multi-page file' to PDF.
Just set before to save to “Portable Document Format”: Options\PDF(write)\Compression: JPEG and (~90%) to have a small PDF file ( because ZIP compression is by default).
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In 1.9---

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—> oops66

:) Hello !

• Yes, it's nice ! Some output formats have been added since 1.9xx (PDF was), and also Lura Document Format in 1.91xx
- In 1.8xx there was not PDF.

• We updated the Manuals about that…

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Ah, okay, it works! Great! Thanks for your help!
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Re: Import in…

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Clo wrote: Mon Nov 26, 2007 8:46 pm :arrow: Hoss

:) Hello !

• That works like Pierre says, you have to set “Portable Document Format” as the output file format, from the dropdown list.
- I tested, I get a single PDF containing all JPGs … :wink:

:mrgreen: KR
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Is it possible to do this with Xn Convert? Xn Convert and Xn View are converting each image to an individual PDF file after I've changed the output to PDF. :| :| :|
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Re: Import in…

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guispfilho wrote: Mon Aug 21, 2023 5:30 pm Is it possible to do this with Xn Convert? Xn Convert and Xn View are converting each image to an individual PDF file after I've changed the output to PDF. :| :| :|
Sadly not yet supported in XnView MP Batch convert or in XnConvert... :(

When there are options Convert all pages from multipage file and Convert multipage file to multipage file (when possible) it seems a surprising omission, especially when the option is seemingly available in XnView Classic, and is available in command line NConvert.. I'm sure that I have suggested that it be added, although not recently.

@Pierre: Is defining the user interface possibly an issue?