convert -adjoin -page A4 *.jpeg multipage.pdf

Convert images to a multi-page pdf

The linux package imagmagick is required for this command

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By: johnquail
2009-03-12 14:49:18

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if you leave out -page A4 it will use the size of the jpeg as the size of the page; Or if you happen to use US Letter sized paper; juse replace A4 with letter to get the standard 8.5x11in size us Yanks know and love... sort of.
infinull · 468 weeks and 2 days ago

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