How To Merge JPG Files Into One (Free)

On this page you can merge more JPG images into one file. Without any further ado, let's go to merging JPGs into one!
How To Merge JPG Files Into One (Free)
Last updated on:
November 7, 2022

If you're here because:

  • You have a few JPG images;
  • And you want to merge them into one document;
  • But you're not sure how to achieve that...

You're in the right place. By the end of reading this article, you're going to know how to merge JPG images into one large file.

By the end of reading this article, you're going to know how to merge JPG files into one, and you're going to leave the page with one file, as the software works here.

How to merge JPG images into one

  1. Upload a few JPG images;
  2. Click 1 button to merge them into one;
  3. Download the PDF containing your JPG images.

The whole process is going to take anywhere between 10-15 seconds. It's quick, free, and efficient.

What happens to my images?

When uploading your JPG images to SignHouse, our system merges all of them and generates one large PDF document containing all of your JPEGs.

You can also convert a PDF to JPG in just one click. We've got all sorts of tools!

As for the documents that you've uploaded:

  • We delete them a few hours after uploading;
  • And the merged JPG images are available in your dashboard.

In your dashboard, you can re-edit, share, private-share or delete the files.

FAQs

How do I combine JPG files into one JPG?

To put together multiple JPG files into one main document:

  1. Upload your JPG images to SignHouse;
  2. Convert them to PDF in one click;
  3. Download the PDF with all of your JPG images.

How do I combine two JPEGs in Windows 10?

If you want to put together two JPEG images using your Windows 10 computer:

  1. Upload the images to SignHouse;
  2. Click the PDF converter;
  3. Download the PDF file with your combined JPEG images.

How do I put two JPEGs side by side?

To put two JPEG images side-by-side, you have to:

  1. Upload the images to SignHouse;
  2. Drag them side-by-side (or click the function);
  3. Download the side-by-side images.

Our system will convert the document with your side-by-side JPEG images to a PDF for easier usage.

About the author

Ch David is the co-founder of SignHouse. David is here to help the product development team expand the capabilities of ultimate eSignature maker for all your needs. Join David and the SignHouse team in stepping up electronic signatures!

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