There are a couple of reasons why you might want to convert JPEG to a PDF file. While JPEG images are easy to use there are some limitations with them that make PDF documents more attractive. First of all if you want to display and print a JPEG image then what you see on screen is not necessarily what you get printed. This is because the screen resolution is likely to be very different to the printer resolution and the application that is used to display the image on screen cannot always take this into account. Using a PDF document instead of JPEG that contains the same image not only is the image displayed at the correct size on screen but you get a perfect printed copy. PDF is also the preferred format for sending publications to clients if you work in the advertising, marketing or publishing industries. Converting your file doesn’t take long, and you can keep a JPEG copy as a backup which is set by default with ImageConverter Plus.