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Legal Documents: How Do I Convert an Image to a PDF?

Working with image files in the back office, especially in the legal sector, can be frustrating and time-consuming. Your team is not comprised of graphic designers, and manipulating and editing images for use within other documents and contexts is cumbersome and prone to bottlenecks. However, when you have pictures incorporated into a case's evidence, or images of scanned papers that you must include in a critical filing, knowing how to add an image to a PDF is a necessity.

There are many occasions when converting an image into a PDF file will make the task much simpler. Not only will the PDF be a smaller file than the image file, but it will also become easier to integrate that image into other documents. With Kofax Power PDF, this entire process takes only seconds.

Power PDF Makes Image Conversions Quick and Easy – 5 Simple Steps

The process to convert an image into a PDF file with Power PDF, award winning PDF Software, couldn't be easier. Let's break it down step by step so you can see just how simple it is:

  1. Open Power PDF, then select the File menu.
  2. Use "open file" to browse your file system.
  3. Change the dialog drop-down menu from only .PDF files to "all files."
  4. Select the image that you want to convert, then press open.
  5. Power PDF automatically creates a PDF document with the new image as its own page.

In only five steps, you can generate an image PDF that's ready for use in other documents.

Relevant Resource: How to Convert JPG to PDF

Which Image Formats Can Power PDF Convert?

Power PDF supports converting several types of image formats to PDF, so you always have an easy option for including pictures in your documents. The list of supported file formats includes:

  • JPEG
  • PNG
  • TIFF
  • GIF (non-animated)

With support for many of the world’s most common image formats, including pictures in your next PDF is easy.

Once you have your images in PDF format, you use them effectively in document assembly—incorporate them as-is, or include them inside other documents. Power PDF's convenient merge functionality makes this process as easy as the initial conversion.

Check out a video on how to merge and combine PDFs with Power PDF.

Power PDF: A Perfect Fit for Legal Enterprises

When you can take complex file conversions and complete them in seconds on a PC or Mac, tedious workflows can finish in minutes instead of hours—or days. Power PDF's full suite of PDF editing and document security tools makes it an ideal fit for the legal profession and for all professionals who routinely need to keep documents safe and secure.

In one package, users can convert files, create PDFs, and assemble documents that meet the high standards required for legal communications and court filings, all while completing everyday office tasks. Discover all the advantages that Power PDF offers to law offices and legal professionals when you contact us today.