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convert images to PDF format Graphics2PDF is a simple tool to convert popular images to PDF format. You simply drag&drop images into the interface, arrange the order and then create a multi-page PDF document with the click of a button.The program is easy to use and will fit the job if you simply want to create a PDF file from your images without resizing them or adding page headers. Graphics2PDF supports JPG, GIF, PNG, TIFF and other formats. Copyright

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Publisher Imposant (2) Price Free
Version 1.0 Last updated Sep 10, 2008
File Size 4.40 Mb Requirements None

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Not quite ready for prime time 2 stars by mikemac4344 Dec 27, 2008 (Read all my 6 reviews)
First of all, the price is right. In general, the program works as advertised. Issues: 1.) You can't zoom in on the thumbnail images to be sure of which page is which so it is easy to produce a document with pages in the wrong order; 2.) You can't clear all the images at once--to get ready for a new document, you need to delete the images one at a time; 3.) The program sometimes claimed the image files were corrupt -- maybe they were but other graphic programs could handle them; 4.) It would be nice if the program could merge other pdf files as well; 5.) The program defaults to saving your files to your Documents and Settings folder instead of My Documents and offers no way to create a default save location' 6.) The interface is utilitarian to say the least. I think with a few tweaks, the program will be a nice addition. show Review details
Easy and effective 4 stars by zerocinquanta Nov 14, 2008
I've tried scan2pdf before this. Graphics2pdf is simpler, more intuitive and allow a faster process, from scan to pdf. I don't mind about output dimensions, anyway, I recommend it to all people who wants to archive paper magazines in DVDs. show Review details
It`s basic for sure 3 stars by gimpguy Sep 11, 2008 (Read all my 1159 reviews)
Well, it's good at what it does, but I found little use for a PDF creator that only handles pictures, I don't see the point I guess. Not when there are creators that handle text and pics both but's free. show Review details
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