Two ways to convert PNG to PDF

There are two versions of application of Image to PDF Converter for Windows systems, which can help you convert image to PDF flexibly and accurately. And this article aims to show you how to convert PNG to PDF with GUI version of Image to PDF Converter and command line version of Image to PDF Converter on computers of Windows platforms.

Process with GUI version of Image to PDF Converter

There are 4 steps you need to take on your computer:

1. Install Image to PDF Converter

Please download installer of Image to PDF Converter, then double click it, and follow setup wizard to install Image to PDF Converter successfully on your computer.

2. Launch Image to PDF Converter on your computer, and when you get its GUI interface, you can add your PNG image with this way: click “Add Files” > select PNG image in dialog box of “Image2PDF” > click “Open” there, finally, path of this PNG image can appear in processing form. And you can click this path so that PNG image can be previewed on preview panel of GUI interface.

interface of Image to PDF Converter

3. To set properties of PDF file, you can click button of “Setting” on GUI interface, then continue to set save mode, info of PDF, bookmarks, or passwords etc. on setting panel like first picture below. After finishing those settings you want, please click “OK”, then program can jump back to GUI interface, along with disappearing of setting panel. Then, to save PDF file, please click button of “Make PDF” on GUI interface, then select “Convert one file into one PDF file” on dropdown list in order to make those setting effective during conversion, at last, after you choose one destination folder in pop dialog box of “Save As”, please click “Save” so that Image to PDF Converter can produce a perfect PDF file.

click check box of "View after conversion" for previewing PDF later on setting panel dialog box of "Save As"

Process with command line version of Image to PDF Converter

Firstly, please download a zip file of Image to PDF Converter, then extract folder of “image2pdf_cmd3.2” to your computer. And from this moment on, command line version of Image to PDF Converter can be used directly.

Then, you need to get its operating environment opened on your computer: click “Windows + R” hotkey directly in order to open dialog box of “Run”, then please type “cmd” there and click “Ok”, so command prompt window that is operating environment can be popped on your screen. Then, to convert PNG to PDF with command line, maybe you need to refer to the followings:

Here is usage of this application:

Img2PDF [options] <-o output> <images>

Img2PDF represents path of “img2pdf.exe”, which is used for calling this program itself directly in command prompt window; [options] stands for parameters for setting properties of PDF, which is optional for [] means optional choices in command line; <-o output> means to produce PDF file with essential parameter “-o”, and “output” is a representative of targeting path for saving and naming PDF file directly in command prompt window, and <> in command line means essential operation; <images> represents essential source path of image, which is typed for adding source image files for this process.

Here is an example to convert PNG to PDF with command line:

D:\image2pdf_cmd3.2\img2pdf.exe –o D:\target\example4.pdf F:\begin\example4.png

Then, to make Image to PDF Converter help you produce PDF from PNG, please click “enter” in command prompt window. And later on, your PDF file can be added into targeting folder directly.

So when this article has nearly come to an end, you can drop your messages here, if you feel confused on this process from PNG to PDF. Furthermore, to know more of Image to PDF Converter, please log on official website of Image to PDF Converter online.

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