I was able to make one PDF file of all my scanned (double sided) transcripts, certificates and awards at Staples copy printer center online however the file is only good for print and pay at Staples. They watermarked their logo on the PDF so I can't print it out myself.
I was hoping to be able to do this with Adobe online. Is this possible if you buy Adobe 9 standard?
In 7.0, there is a selection on the Tasks toolbar - "Create PDF". Under that, you can create from a single or multiple files. I put all the files I need to merge into a folder on my desktop so everything is in one place. After you select the files, you can reorder as needed. Most of the files I use are scanned files, which are originally saved as .tif files.
With Acrobat.com, you will be able to create a document in Buzzword that contains your jpg images, you could even collage them or align them however you desire!
From that point, once your page looks how you want it, you could use the option to export the Buzzword document as a .pdf file.
That will allow you to have multiple jpegs, created for a pdf file.
The Convert to PDF function will do a 1-1 file conversion, and you don't have any editing options!
Hope this helps!
I know the people who posted on this post did it a LONG TIME ago, but for those who might be searching for a way, I found a loop hole through using Microsoft Words.
Simply, just insert the images onto the MS Words program, and then save the file as PDF or XPS
I hope that someone might benefit from the information I replied on here
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