Read an in-depth analysis in our professional review for JPEG to PDF
JPEG to PDF is a small office tool that you use to convert JPEG images to PDF documents. What the title doesn't tell you is that the freeware also supports JP2, J2K, JPF, PNG, BMP, TIF, EMF and WMF files.
Even though it is supposed to also convert GIF images, this format does not seem to be actually supported.
Due to the fact that the entire application is one executable file, no installation is needed – just download the package, unzip it then run the tool. The main window is as intuitive as possible, allowing beginners and experts alike to generate the PDF files they need.
Options are limited in JPEG to PDF since you can convert one or several files at a time, select the output destination, then save them as PDF documents.
The application does not offer you the possibility to to create a new folder for the new output files, so you have to do it manually if that's the case.
In the page size settings, you can match the image size plus the margins, specify the page size (in inches, cm, or mm), shrink over-sized image to fit the page, or enlarge small images to fit the page. In addition, you can manually set up the margins, and choose for the image to be positioned either in the center or top-left corner.
Unfortunately, when you convert some image files and then add a new file to save as PDF, all previous files will be converted once more if you do not remove them from the list. This task can become troublesome when selecting bulk files from multiple paths. The easiest way is to wait until you have everything in place, after which you can make the conversion.
All in all, JPEG to PDF is a handy utility that you can use to save several image types as PDF, or use them to create complex PDF documents (articles, essays, eBooks etc). However, its limited functions might not satisfy the requirements of professional users.