The JPG format is a popular format used for digital images. It is standardized by the Joint Photographic Experts Group (JPEG) and used widely owing to its compressed size. The compression potentiality makes the files easier to share by attaching to an email or uploading online, but sometimes you may require sharing the files in PDF format as well. Luckily, there are more than one way or more versatile ways via which you can convert a JPG to PDF on a Mac computer.
How to convert a jpg to pdf on Mac computer using Preview image viewer
You may have several JPG images you wish to change to PDF on Mac. The good thing is, you don’t have to scour the web to find one or pay for some online file converter. Apple makes this really easy with its own built-in feature. Its Preview software offers the easiest way to do it. Here’s how to unleash the power of Preview to convert jpg to pdf on a Mac computer.
- Launch Preview on Mac.
- Choose the image with the .jpg extension you wish to change into a PDF file.
- Select the File option.
- Click Export to PDF from the drop-down menu.
- In the Save As field keep the default file name or create a new one.
- Choose a suitable location to save the file.
- Hit the Save button.
How to convert jpg to pdf on Macbook Pro?
Launch Preview image viewer from the dock. Alternatively, you can open it by searching for Preview under Spotlight (visible as a magnifying glass icon in the upper right-hand corner of your Mac screen).
Now, select the JPG image file you wish to convert to a PDF document.
Instantly, the JPG image will pop-up in the Preview window.
At the top, click the ‘File’ option.
From the list of options displayed, go to the ‘Export as PDF’ entry.
When a new window shows up on your Mac screen, type the default name of the file or create a new one in the Save As field.
Choose a suitable location to save the file by hitting the drop-down menu adjacent to the Where field.
Now, click the Save button at the bottom.
If you wish to access the converted file, type its name in the Spotlight to open it.
Hope that makes sense!