How to append image to PDF?

This article aims to introduce you 2 ways to append image to PDF in Windows platforms.

First of all, you need to know our main converting tool --- Image to PDF Converter, which contains two versions : GUI and CMD versions. So if you want to know more about this application, please go to its official website at this link: http://www.verypdf.com/app/image-to-pdf-ocr-converter/index.html, next, please follow steps below to install GUI and CMD versions of Image to PDF Converter:

  • Download installer of Image to PDF Converter and zip file of CMD version from the following link:

http://www.verypdf.com/tif2pdf/img2pdf.exehttp://www.verypdf.com/tif2pdf/image2pdf_cmd.zip

  • Double click this installer > follow setup wizard to install GUI version of Image to PDF Converter, then open this zip file > extract its content to your computer, then CMD version of Image to PDF Converter can be effective on your computer later

Then, please refer to the followings to append image to PDF that is existed with Image to PDF Converter:

1. With GUI version of Image to PDF Converter:

Please open GUI interface of Image to PDF Converter > click “Add Files” > select one image and click “open” in dialog box of “Image2PDF”, then this image can be added for this process and its path can display in processing form. And if you want to preview this image on GUI interface, please click its path:

interface of Image to PDF Converter

Then, please click “setting” in order to get its panel popped on your screen, and on this panel, you need to click “Save Mode” tab, and you can click radio of “Append to the last page if file exist” there in order to append this image file to PDF file after last page of existed PDF file, then please click “ok” on this panel so that this setting can be saved and this panel can be closed.

click radio of "Append to the last page if file exist" on setting panel

After you go back to main GUI interface, it’s time to select destination folder and generate new PDF file, so you need to click button of “Make PDF” on GUI interface > choose “Convert one file into one PDF file” on dropdown list > select one folder as destination folder in dialog box of “Save As” > hit “save”, at last, your new PDF file contains added image can be generated on your computer.

2. With command line:

If you are more familiar with command line, you can do the followings to append image to PDF with CMD version of Image to PDF Converter:

  • Run command prompt window, which is running environment of CMD version of Image to PDF Converter: click “Windows + R” > type “cmd” and click “ok”
  • Refer to example below to fulfill your process:

f:\image2pdf_cmd3.2\img2pdf.exe –p 1 –0 d:\out\forever.pdf g:\in\b.jpg

f:\image2pdf_cmd3.2\img2pdf.exe is the path of “img2pdf.exe”, which is typed for calling this program itself in order to make CMD version of Image to PDF Converter effective in conversion later; –p 1 is parameter with value “1”, which is inputted for appending source image to existed PDF file after last page; –0 is essential parameter to generate PDF file, which needs to be typed before targeting path; d:\out\forever.pdf is targeting path used for saving PDF file, which needs to be typed after essential parameter “-o”; g:\in\b.jpg is source path, which is used to add this jpg file for this process.

Finally, please do not forget to click “enter” in command prompt window, after you type commands like above, so CMD version of Image to PDF Converter can help you append this image to existed PDF file.

Here is the end of 2 ways to append image to PDF with GUI and command line versions of Image to PDF Converter in Windows platforms. So you can drop your comments in case you have questions on this process, and we will give you proper support as soon as possible. 🙂

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