Use This Trick to Convert Any Image to PDF on Windows 10
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Converting images to PDFs on Windows 10 machines couldn’t be easier, and the best part is you don’t have to download any additional software or rely on resource-hogging programs like Adobe Reader.

To convert an image to a PDF on Windows 10, just do the following:

  1. Open up the photo in the default Windows 10 Photo app. (If you’ve already changed your default photo viewing app, you can easily open the photo by right-clicking it. Go to Open with > Photos.)
  2. Once the image has opened up in Photos, click the menu button (three dots) and click on Print.
    Use This Trick to Convert Any Image to PDF on Windows 10 Print1
  3. This will open up another dialog box where you can select the printer from a drop down menu. Select Microsoft Print to PDF and click the Print button.
    Use This Trick to Convert Any Image to PDF on Windows 10 Print2
  4. Another dialog box will pop up where you can enter the file name and select the file location and click Save.

This method should work with any image file you can open with the Photos app: JPG, PNG, TIFF, etc.

What’s your preferred method to convert images to PDFs? Let us know in the comments.

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  1. Kat
    August 14, 2017 at 5:15 am

    This is also available for OS all the way back to Windows 7 possibly earlier. I know because I am lagging behind on my Windows 7 machine to this day. And also as Laurel stated, from the right click menu selection "Print" and you chose your printer option. One of them being print to PDF

  2. Laurel Nevans
    June 21, 2017 at 8:21 pm

    The "Print to PDF" function works from within ANY program that has a print button, including whatever your preferred photo viewer is. With Win10, you no longer need a PDF plug-in, like Cute PDF. This article is VERY MISLEADING. The print to PDF function even works from within a web browser, so you can print to PDF from Google Photos, Paint.net, irfanview, etc. This article should really be titled "Convert ANYTHING to a PDF Using the MS Print to PDF Feature."

  3. Doc
    June 21, 2017 at 3:54 pm

    Why would you **want** to convert an image (in its native format) to a PDF? Acrobat generally degrades images when embedding them in a PDF to limit file sizes (optimizing for the Web), and you **already have the image** already at its best possible quality...

  4. TheMoron
    June 21, 2017 at 2:06 pm

    Cute PDF converts anything to PDF , been using it for years, works fine :)