Posts Tagged ‘ pdf ’

How to Batch convert multiple images into a single PDF in windows 7(for Free)

Feb 27th, 2013 | By

So in linux this is a simple matter of using imagemagick to run a command like this: #convert *.jpg myPDF.pdf Unfortunately windows is another matter for most people, although ImageMagick is available for windows so I’ll link to that at the bottom.  But my guess is that if you are a Windows user you are
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Digitally signing a PDF in linux

Apr 10th, 2012 | By

Good fun today as one of my team members sent me over a digitally signed PDF and that got me looking into how I would go about signing it back.  Up until this point I had just been putting an old fashioned signature on it and sending it out but upon further research it appears
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ImageMagick Convert -resize not quite working right(one image is bigger than the rest)

Mar 24th, 2012 | By

So I do a LOT of resizing and image converting, especially from jpg’s to PDF’s.  Easily the easiest way to convert a series of images into a pdf file is with imagemagick.  A simple command like convert *.jpg yourFile.pdf is all you need to convert a ton of jpegs into one neatly packed PDF but
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