There are basically two ways in which you can convert JPG file to PDF on a Windows PC as follows. Using an online tool. Using an offline tool. In both cases, you can rely on Wondershare HiPDF. It is an online as well as offline PDF editor and convertor tool which can easily convert a JPG file to PDF format. For online tool you need to visit the official website of HiPDF using any Windows web browser and for offline conversion you need to first download the HiPDF Desktop tool on Windows PC. Once you have downloaded the HiPDF Desktop software, the next step will be to launch it. After that select âFile to PDFâ module from the left hand side panel. Then select and upload the JPG file using âAddâ button. As soon as the PDF file is uploaded, the next step will be to set storage location for the output file and click on âConvertâ button. In next few seconds, the HiPDF will process and convert the uploaded JPG file to PDF document. You can then view the output file using âOpen Folderâ icon next to the converted file. HiPDF also allow you to convert JPG files to PDF documents in bulk. For more details, visit the official website.
Whereas a much better chance that the result will be valid than if you copy-paste from Excel to Word and run it. This approach also requires Word to process the files you convert to PDF. If you want to save time during conversion, you should scan the files first and copy the data for later use in Excel. The key here is that you should keep the raw Excel PDF text data while you work on the PDF version, and then, once you make it into Word, merge the text to the original data in Excel. This will give you more accurate Excel PDF files that are easier to read. Word 2010 also provides for an Export To PDF function, but since it is so primitive, this is more of a hassle than an option for me. With my favorite alternative, Word 2007, I can simply choose the option.