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How to merge JPG files into one

Want to merge JPG to PDF but can’t find the right tool? Don’t worry. We have got your back.

In this article, I’ll show how you can use the free tools at PDFBear to merge your JPG files into one.

But before that, let’s discover why you would want to do that in the first place.

Why Merge JPG Files

You might be thinking, why should I merge JPG files, right? Well, here’s a scenario.

Imagine, you have hundreds of images of your company’s documents. Individually, they are all scattered here and there. That’s where a merge JPG tool will help you to merge all the images into one easily accessible file.

Still not convinced? Here’s another take. You took tons of pictures on a family occasion. Now, you want to send them to multiple people. Sending images one by one would be hectic and quite time-consuming. That’s where you would want to merge JPG to PDF.

I can go on and on, but I believe you got my point. JPG files are merged into PDF to make sure they are available via a one-stop-shop file.

Merge JPG to PDF Using PDFBear Tools

Finally, I’ll show how you can merge JPF to PDF using the free tools at PDFBear.

I have split the instructions into two parts to make sure you can easily follow along.

So without further ado, let’s get started.

Part 1: Convert JPG to PDF

I’ll show how you can convert JPG to PDF in this part.

  1. Go to the official website of PDFBear, located at www.pdfbear.com. Wait for the website to load and then click on JPG to PDF.Image

  2. Next, click on the blue Select Files… button.Image

  3. Upload the JPG file you are looking forward to merging with other JPGs.Image

  4. Then, wait for PDFBear to load your JPG file. After that, click on the blue CREATE PDF NOW button located on the top right side of your screen.Image

  5. Wait for PDFBear to convert your JPG to PDF.Image

  6. Click on the blue Download button to save your newly converted PDF file.Image

  7. Next, click on the Start over button.Image

  8. Once again, click on the blue Select Files… button.Image

  9. Next, select and upload another JPG file you want to merge JPG to PDF.Image

  10. Click on the blue CREATE PDF NOW button located on the top right side of your screen.Image

  11. Wait for PDFBear to convert your JPG file to PDF.Image

  12. Lastly, click on the blue Download button to save your new PDF file.Image

Part 2: Merge JPG to PDF

Now, it’s time to merge the JPG files we have converted to PDF in the last part.

  1. Go to www.pdfbear.com and wait for the website to load. Then, scroll down.Image

  2. Click on the Merge PDF tool.Image

  3. Next, click on the blue Select Files… button.Image

  4. Now, select and upload the PDFs you have saved in the last part.
    Note: You won’t be able to select more than 2 PDFs. For that, you’ll have to try the PRO version.Image

  5. Wait for PDFBear to load your files.Image

  6. Next, you’ll see the preview of your PDF files. Click on the Got it button to hide the notification.Image

  7. Click on the blue MERGE PDF button located on the top right side of your screen.Image

  8. Wait for PDFBear to convert and merge your PDF files.Image

  9. Click on the blue Download button to save your file.Image

Final Words

And that’s how you merge JPG to PDF using the free tools at PDFBear.

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So? What are you waiting for? Try PDFBear today to make your PDFing experience smooth.

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