Now you can continue with the process in the first section to create a PDF file from the selected images.
The procedure for creating a PDF file from multiple image files is the same in Windows 7 and 8 as it is in Windows 10 with one exception.
Again, click “OK” to accept your changes or click “Cancel” if you don’t want to save the changes you made or you didn’t make any changes. If you noticed earlier that the sides of your images seem to be cut off, click the “Fit picture to frame” check box so there is no check mark in the box. Enabling or disabling the Fit picture to frame option affects all the images you’re adding to the PDF file. The same directory where the images are stored is selected as the default location, but you can change that.
Select “FILE: (Print to File)” from the drop-down list to the right of that option and click “Next”.
To select the PDF printer driver, select “Microsoft” in the list on the left and then “Microsoft Print To PDF” in the list on the right. You may already have this printer driver installed, in which case the following screen displays on the Add Printer dialog box asking which version of the driver you want to use.
Enter a file name for the PDF file in the “File name” edit box and click “Save”. The PDF file is created in the selected folder and you can open it in the default PDF viewer in Windows, or in any other PDF reader you have installed.
If the Microsoft Print to PDF option is not available in the Printer drop-down list on the Print Pictures dialog box, you can easily add it.