How to convert photos of documents to PDF?

dthomas

I have to provide receipts for reimbursement when I return from business related trips. What’s the easiest way to convert photos of receipts taken with an Android phone to PDFs, which I can then forward to the appropriate person? It needs to be good quality.

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jimlynch
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Handy Scanner: Convert Photos Into Print-Ready PDF Documents [Android]
http://www.addictivetips.com/mobile/handy-scanner-convert-photos-into-pr...

"Fresh to the Android Market, Handy Scanner is a useful, well-crafted document capturing app that helps you transform captured photos into print-ready documents using five different image enhancement filters, and an automatic document edge-detection feature that can prove to be very handy while capturing page after page of a document that you plan to print later. In a nutshell, Handy Scanner aims to save you from the hassle of scanning and importing your documents into your computer to get them printed.

Handy Scanner lets you capture and import as many images that you wish to convert into documents. It also has a native document editor using which you can make your photos look more like real documents, and save them as high quality PDF and/or JPEG files. The app lets you add various documents as separate sheets so that you do not lose trace of the files relevant to a particular project. Created documents can then be shared with your colleagues and friends on the go."

Number6
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I would just install CamScanner (available on Google Play). There are other choices as well, such as Handy Scanner (as Jim Lynch suggested) and Doc Scanner, but I prefer CamScanner. Easy to use and has a nice, clean interface. You definitely have the right idea - it is so much easier to keep track of stuff when I can just snap a quick photo instead of holding onto lots of little pieces of paper.

adamclark
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To convert photos from PDF documents, I refer More reliable and easy to use program, you can use Kernel for Image to PDF Converter Tool. It is quickly convert photos and wallpapers. That software also support JPEG, .JPG, .BMP, .PNG, .JFIF, .TIFF and .ICO. That software supports almost OS version like Windows 2003, 2000, 2008, XP, Vista , Windows7 and Windows 8.

 

The software also available free trial version. imagetopdfconversion.com

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