Doesn't sound possible. Stil... Which iPhone app did you subscribe to?
Thank you for the additional information. PDF Pack allows you to create PDF files, and to export PDF files to other formats. It does not give you an editor. You might be able to export to Word, add pictures, and convert back, but this is rarely a happy experience even on Mac/Windows.
Thank you very much Test Screen Name
However if I need to solve my problem (add 1 picture to one PDF but i need to add 2-5 pictures to one PDF) , what the adobe plan will subscribed?
Adobe acrobat Reader iphone APP has 4 subscribe Plan = 1.Adobe Document cloud -subscribed
2.Adobe Export PDF -subscribed
3.Adobe PDF pack -subscibed
4.Adobeacrobat Pro DC -subscribed
I already subscribed all plan but can not solve my problem. Pls help me.
PDF files are not meant to be edited. They can be edited to some extent using Acrobat or one of its related services, but not as much as you are asking. Would producing a new PDF with the pictures and joining it with the first one do? Otherwise, try to obtain the original file (the one from which the PDF was made), make all your changes there, and produce a new one.
You should be able to insert images into a PDF using Acrobat Pro.
But read carefully what Claudio wrote above.
Acrobat Pro is the only option you have, but it runs on Windows/Mac, not on iPhone.
[topic moved to Reader/Acrobat DC for Mobile forum]
I have been to used old version Adobe Acrobat APP (in this version, not subscribe and can add more image to PDF)
I don't understand. Why Scanner Pro APP by small company Reddle can insert more Picture and convert all image to PDF but Adobe Acrobat the big company can not?
It sounds like you just want to create a single PDF document containing multiple pages of images only (i.e. no text). Is it correct?
Because you have already subscribed to the Adobe PDF Pack online service, you can use the Combine Files feature via the web browser interface on your iPhone or Windows/Mac computer. Unfortunately, the Combine Files feature is not available within the mobile Reader app yet.
- Open Safari (or other web browser) on your iPhone.
- Go to https://cloud.acrobat.com/
- Sign in with the Adobe ID that you used to purchase the Adobe PDF Pack subscription service.
- Tap the "Combine Files" tab.
- Tap the "Select Files to Combine" button.
- Tap the "Choose Files from My Computer". Please note that iOS (the operating system on your iPhone) will let you choose image files (no other file types) in the Photos app only. That's the restriction imposed by iOS. Alternatively, you can choose any files stored in Adobe Document Cloud.
- Enter a new file name for a combined PDF document.
- Tap the Combine button.
Please note that image files on your iPhone may be fairly large, if you have taken photos using your iPhone's 8-megapixel iSight camera. As a result, it may take a long time to upload multiple image files to the Document Cloud before combining them into a single PDF document. Additionally, the file size of a combined PDF document may be quite large as well.
Please let us know if you have additional questions. Thank you.
Sorry for the inconvenience.
Those are the errors from the PDF online services.
Would you report the errors in the following forum?
The Adobe staff in the forum should be able to troubleshoot the problem or report to the development team to fix it.
Thank you for your help.