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I need a method to convert single images (specifically PNG format) into PDF's that are automatically re-sized to fit that single image (and not remain the default 8.5x11" letter size). I could do this manually with Office or Open office, but it would take too long for a batch of files. I'm using Windows 7. Any help is appreciated!

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You could also use XNConvert (wasn't mentioned in the duplicates answers)

  • batch processing
  • automatic resize or predefined resize
  • output as PDF (and various other formats)
  • no installation necessary

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  • Thanks, this method also worked perfectly to solve my problem. – MasterHD Jul 9 '13 at 17:12
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Use windows print

In windows you can use print for any number of images as pdf.

  1. just select images and click print.
  2. print as pdf.
  3. save file.
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Download ImageMagick for Windows.

http://www.imagemagick.org/script/binary-releases.php#windows

Note: Scroll down and read "To verify ImageMagick is working properly, ..."

The you just have to type in the Command Prompt window.

cd \Users\<user name>\Pictures
convert file.jpg file.pdf
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    Thanks for the advice, I'd upvote you but don't have enough rep. I ended up preferring IrfanView over your method. – MasterHD Jul 7 '13 at 16:18
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I found a method myself using free IrfanView software and installing the additional PDF plugin (IMPDF). This software has been around since 1996, and is updated regularly and still very flexible/useful. It offers an easy-to-use GUI that even let me select multiple files for batch conversion.

It also has options for image compression quality and to keep the "page format" "like layout" that auto-resizes the PDF's, or even add security encryption if desired.

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