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Is there a program to convert multiple jpeg files into a single pdf file? What I can think of to solve this problem is to paste the pictures in writer and then create the pdf from there. But is there a program that will create a pdf directly (for multiple jpeg files)?
There was recently a thread about getting multiple png files into a single pdf, and it got answers, so you should search for that. It very probably has an answer for you aswell, since png and jpeg are both image formats and hopefully the programs mentioned in the thread work for jpegs too.
One option is, yes, to paste the images to Writer and export it as a pdf. But if the result doesn't satisfy you, there are other options.
if you have a lot of jpg files needed to be converted into pdf , you should employ an image converter which is easy and cheap. i can share with you the converter i am using now . my friend recommended it to me when i met the same problem, it can do batch conversions , if you haven't solved it yet , you can try it.
First, this post has been closed for SIX YEARS. Second, the OP received an answer in posts #3 and 5, using FREE software already with Linux. So, posting links to commercial software isn't going to help you much. Thread reported.