The CreatePDF app description states
These statements make me believe I should be able to convert a JPEG attachment in an email (or the entire email with the attachment) to a PDF. But on my iPhone, I cannot see any way to actually do this. What is the deal?
you are right. I also cannot convert an image attached to a mail into pdf with the app.
I have broken my head: For what purpose should I need this? Can you help me?
Looking forward to your reply.
Since I cannot go straight to the Photo app and select an image to CreatePDF, I thought this might be a workaround. But either I have misunderstood the statements of the CreatePDF app or the statements are not accurate.
But what do you want to do with an image converted into pdf-file? Help me!
For what reason do you want to do this? Have I overseen something?
PS.: The description of the app is not correct concerning "jpg" in e-mail.....
I am working on an expense report application. I want to give users a way to (easily):
It seemed like something titled "CreatePDF" made by Adobe would have no problem doing this easily without any additional app. But it seems not.
I suppose I will have to move on to something like Genius Scan
Please refer to Adobe CreatePDF FAQ posted here - http://forums.adobe.com/thread/899561?tstart=0. It points to some of the problems that you might be facing, reasons behind them and some recommended solutions.