How to Convert JPG to PDF in Adobe Acrobat

If you need your file format in PDF for any reason, this simple tutorial will show you how to convert JPG to PDF using Adobe Acrobat, while maintaining both the image quality and specifications of your original JPG file.

Video Tutorial

If you’d prefer to watch me convert JPG to PDF so that you can follow along, this super easy video tutorial will give you everything you need.


Step-by-Step Written Tutorial

How To Convert JPG to PDF in Adobe Acrobat

Step 1 – Open Adobe Acrobat.

Step 2 – Go to File > Open.

Step 3 – When the document finder appears, change ‘show’ from ‘Adobe PDF Files’ to ‘All Files’. Locate the JPG you would like to convert to PDF, click it, and press Open.

Step 4 – Once the JPG opens in Acrobat, check you are happy with everything. Then go to File > Save As.

Step 5 – In the ‘Save as PDF’ box either select a recent folder to save your PDF, or select ‘Choose Different Folder’ and locate where you would like to save it. Remember to keep the file options unchecked.

Step 6 – In the save box, set the file name in the ‘Save As’ box, keep the file format as ‘Adobe PDF Files’ and finally click Save.

Your PDF has now been saved!


It really is that simple to convert any JPG to PDF format while keeping the same dimensions and specifications.

Remember, when using Acrobat, don’t select any of the optimization options. You can always check both files against each other in the Finder or by opening them up in the likes of Photoshop.

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