This Byte has been authored by

Clare Thompson

The internet has lots of information on how to save a JPEG as a PDF. Are you thinking, "Where do I start?"

A woman making a scrolling action with text 'scrolling sprial of doom'

Look no further! These three simple ways to convert your files from JPEG to PDF will help you share your awesome creations without losing image quality.

Using your computer to save a JPEG as a PDF

Flaticon Icon Windows

  1. Open your JPEG in the Windows Photo app

  2. Click on the Print icon

  3. Choose "Microsoft Print to PDF" from the Printer options

  4. Click "Print"

  5. "Save" and enjoy your PDF!

Visual instructions to show how to save a JPEG as a PDF on a Windows PC.

Flaticon Icon

Mac

  1. Open your JPEG in the Preview app

  2. Click on "File" and click on "Export as PDF"

  3. Click "Save" and enjoy your PDF!

Visual instructions to show how to save a JPEG as a PDF on a Mac PC

Using a website to save a JPEG as a PDF

Flaticon Icon

Use Adobe's free JPEG to PDF converter

Go to Adobe's JPEG to PDF converter.

  1. Make sure you have an up-to-date web browser

  2. Upload your JPEG

  3. Let Adobe do the work

  4. Download your awesome new PDF

The Adobe JPG to PDF converter. A box with the option to 'select a file'.

Using your mobile to save JPEG as PDF

Flaticon Icon Android

  1. Open your JPEG in the Gallery app

  2. Select the 3 dots

  3. Select "Print"

  4. Choose "Save as PDF" from the printers list

  5. Tap the download PDF icon and enjoy!

Visual instructions to show how to save a JPEG as a PDF on an Android phone

Flaticon Icon Apple (iOS)

  1. Save the JPEG to your Camera Roll

  2. Hit "Select" and tap the JPEG

  3. Tap the options icon and scroll down and choose "Save to Files"

  4. Choose a folder and tap "Save"

  5. Open up the folder under "Files"

  6. Tap the three dots and choose "Select"

  7. Select the JPEG and tap the three dots

  8. Hit "Create PDF" and enjoy!

Visual instructions to show how to save a JPEG as a PDF on an iPhone

Quiz

Lisa needs to save a JPEG as a PDF but she doesn't have data or internet access. Which two options could she use?

Take Action

Get ready to save all your JPEGs as PDFs!

Flaticon Icon

Flaticon Icon

License:

Your feedback matters to us.

This Byte helped me better understand the topic.

Get support to take action on this Byte