> > I have a collection of jpeg scans of some old documents that
> > we have at work, I was wondering if any body knew of a linux
> > tool that would allow me to convert them to a pdf type book?
> > Should I be looking to convert them to postscript and then to pdf?
>> What I do is paste the jpg's into OpenOffice and convert them
> straight to pdf format. Easy peezee. Works for jpgs, tiff etc
If it's a large collection of scans, then it would take quite a while to
paste into OO. If the files are sensibly named, a 10 line php script
with a for loop should be able to automate it. So yeah, OO does the job
for one-offs, but for batch-processing, better to use a script.
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