How to Create PDF from PNG in WPS Office

July 31, 2023982 views

There are a few reasons why one might need to turn a static image like a PNG into a PDF. Maybe you need to send a fax and only have access to an online fax service that converts images to PDFs. Maybe you took a scan of a document as a PNG and now need to OCR it to extract the text. Maybe you just want to keep a digital copy of a paper document. Or maybe you’re creating a design to be printed on a t-shirt, and the printing service only accepts PDFs.

Whatever your reasons, there are a few different ways you can convert a PNG image into a PDF document. In this blog post, we’ll show you how to create PDFs from PNG using the WPS office.

7 Steps to create PNG from PDF on WPS Office

PDF, short for Portable Document Format, is a file format that can be used to preserve document formatting across platforms. PNG, short for Portable Network Graphics, is a lossless image format that is often used for storing images on the web.

Creating a PDF from a PNG can be useful if you need to send an image in a PDF format or if you want to preserve the quality of the image. In this article, we'll show you how to convert a PNG to a PDF in WPS Office.

Step1: Open the WPS Office and click on the option of pictures to PDF.


Step2: Add PNG files you want to convert to PDF.


Step3: Select the location of the file on your PC.


Step4: Click on the button “Convert” to convert the PNG file to PDF.


Step5: Click on the option of “Export PDF”.


Step6: Select the option of view file to see the file.


Step7: Finally, the PNG is converted to PDF.


That’s it, the PNG file is now converted to PDF. You can share it easily with anyone and the format remains the same.

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As seen, it is very easy to create PDFs from PNG in WPS Office. First, open WPS Office and go to the "Create" tab. Next, select "PDF" from the list of document types. Finally, click "Create" and select the PNG file that you want to convert. That's it! Now you can download the WPS office and start using it to create PDFs from PNGs.

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