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You have several documents or images scanned individually and you need to save multiple images to one PDF file.
If you Google, you will find many online websites for this purpose. But they are either not free or they will put their watermark on the final PDF file. I had this need when I had to apply for a job and they required me to upload a single PDF file consisting of several documents.
My problem was that I had documents scanned individually but not in one file. If you are using Ubuntu then many people would suggest to use the command line tool Image Magic.
But if you prefer a GUI tool over command line, gscan2pdf that is the perfect tool for merging multiple images into one PDF file. We shall see both methods in this tutorial.
Though the tutorial is performed in Ubuntu Once gscan2pdf is opened, you can select all the required files in it by clicking on the Open Files. Once done, you can click on the Save icon to save the files to PDF.
When you hit the save button, the next screen might look confusing. Actually it provides you option of putting metadata in the document such as author, date etc similar to a word document. If you just want a PDF file, hit the save button.
Just choose where to save the converted file. If you want to go the command line way, you can use ImageMagick.
Just provide the paths to individual images and at the end of the command, name the output file. For example, something like this:.
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