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How does one create a single pdf file of several high resolution images to send to printer (For free)? I have been using Canva's very simple process just for this but it sometimes overlaps images during the downloading process.

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  • It would be easier if you screenshot us ? – PROBERT Jun 9 '17 at 14:44
  • Can I ask you why you want to put the high resolution images in a PDF? Are you laying them out in a document? What kind of printing method is going to be involved? Digital? Offset Lithography? Please add more details so you can be given a relevant answer. – Billy Kerr Jun 9 '17 at 16:17
  • Are you making a collage? or one image per page? – Rafael Jun 10 '17 at 15:27
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There are web sites such as http://jpg2pdf.com/ which are designed to convert several images to a PDF.

Beyond that, explaining what software you have available may aide in receiving more detailed answers.

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If you have access to Adobe Bridge, that has a feature called 'Output' where you can select a number of images and it will generate a PDF. Plus you get a lot of options on how to layout this PDF and its all automatic. Also works with large folders if you need it to.

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I would recommend you to download and use InDesign's trial version. It won't cost you a penny and you can have 30 days with it. Go to adobe.com for more details and download links.

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