Adobe Acrobat has the Combine Files tool in its Tools Center which you can use to combine and arrange two or more documents, spreadsheets, emails, and other file types into a single PDF file on your Windows or Mac computer. In this quick guide, we will show you how to create a PDF from multiple images using this PDF editor and converter program on a Windows PC. If you do not have Adobe Acrobat on your computer, you can refer to this guide to combine multiple pictures to one PDF in Windows 10 without using any third-party software or this tutorial to merge two or more images to a PDF on Mac.
Launch Adobe Acrobat on your computer. We will use Adobe Acrobat Pro DC on a Windows 10 computer. The Home tab opens automatically in Acrobat. Click to switch to the Tools tab, you can find various tools in its Tools Center, such as Create PDF, Combine Files, Organize Pages, Edit PDF, Export PDF, Enhance Scans, Add Rich Media, Share, Send for Review, Comment, Stamp, Compare Files, Measure, Fill & Sign, just to name a few. Choose the Combine Files in Adobe Acrobat.
Then click the Add Files button to navigate to the location of the image files and import them to Acrobat, or drag them from your computer hard drive and drop them to the current working area in Acrobat.
You can add different image files to combine, like JPG, JPEG, PNG, TIFF, BMP, etc. Once you have added the images to Acrobat, you can preview the thumbnails or click the magnifying glass to see an enlarged preview. Drag and drop the thumbnails to reorder them. Delete images you do not want to include. Repeat the above steps as many times as necessary to include all pictures, photos and images you’d like to join together.
When you are finished, click the Combine button at the top right section of Acrobat. It will then merge all added image files into one PDF file and name it as Binder1.pdf, Binder2.pdf automatically. The merged PDF file will open in Acrobat. Preview the PDF file and finally go to save it to your computer from File > Save, open the target folder and export the PDF files from Acrobat to your computer hard drive.
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