Convert JPG to PDF At 2MB (2024)

Change the extension of your JPG image to PDF and restrict the file's size to 2MB using this simple tool. It's free, quick and online!
Last updated on:
December 29, 2023
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Do you have a JPG image that you wish to turn into a PDF? Are you also limited to a maximum file size of 2MB?

If so, then this page is going to teach you exactly how to convert a JPG to PDF at 2MB in size. We’ve embedded our JPG-PDF converter here for your accessibility.

So as to also respect your file’s size limit, we’ve mixed the JPG-PDF converter with our 2MB PDF compressor here so you can get finish two to-dos as the same time.

Without any further ado, let’s get at it.

How to convert JPG to PDF at 2MB or less

  1. Drag & Drop your JPG in the box below;
  2. Hit the button to convert to PDF;
  3. Save the new file that’s no bigger than 2MB.

Know that our compressor is really flexible. For instance, if you want to resize your PDF to specifically say 2MB or 1.7MB, you can do that by typing the values.

Resizing a PDF

For the most compressed results, we suggest using the “Extreme Compression” tool, but bear in mind that it lost most of the image’s quality.

Though, it will save the most space possible as well.

Can I convert all JPGs PDFs less than 2MB?

Yes, you can bulk convert JPG to PDF files at 2MB. The process is the same as with individual images:

  1. Upload the images;
  2. Click one button to make all of them PDFs;
  3. Download the document at 2MB.

That’s it! You’ve just learned how to convert a JPG to PDF.

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