Convert images to PDFs

runs on Windows
screenshot of i2pdf

We all know that PDFs are handy things to have. You can use them to share information with others. They're cross-platform, so if you're on a Windows machine, you can still share with Mac and Linux users, or any other combination of those. And since Acrobat Reader and many other PDF reader apps are free, cost in no object there either.

There are a number of different ways to create PDFs, some involving expensive tools, and others for free. Among the free entries here are plugins and printer drivers for use with apps like Word and its ilk. But what if, instead of text, you need to create PDFs from images instead? Your options may be more limited.

i2pdf (Image to PDF) is a free tool you can use to convert your pictures into full-blown PDF files. It's got a simple drag-and-drop interface, so it's pretty easy to convert your JPG, PNG, BMP, TIFF, and GIF files. And you get to choose compression, thumbnail info and more.

A free download, i2pdf runs under Windows. There are 32- and 64-bit versions available.

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