Convert doc images/jpg/jpeg to PDF

Use "ImageMagick" which can be installed easily on most UNIX/Linux distros.

Remember that it will go with the standard file listing to determine the order but I believe you can manually specify multiple jpg's in the arguments.

Convert image/jpg to PDF

convert *.jpg yourpdf.pdf

This is a very handy and free tool.

Convert DOC/TXT documents to PDF

If you wanted to convert a .doc file or text of any kind, you could use OpenOffice Writer/Wordprocessor and choose "Export as PDF".


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