TL;DR:

1. In this demo, we are going to convert multiple images to PDF.
2. Next, let’s select PDF.co as the input app and Anything to PDF Converter as the preferred event.
3. Here, we are going to configure the Anything to PDF event parameters.
4. With these settings, we are ready to send the Test and Review request to PDF.co.
5. Here, the URL specifies the output PDF file.
6. The output PDF URL will show a two-page PDF file with the sample two images.

Useful resources

Step by step guide

1. In this demo, we are going to convert multiple images to PDF. Here are the input images that we are going to use.

Images to be converted to pdf

2. Next, let’s select PDF.co as the input app and Anything to PDF Converter as the preferred event.

Choose App & Event

3. Here, we are going to configure the Anything to PDF event parameters.

  • In Source Type, let’s select the option which specifies a Link to an image or multiple links to images with comma as a separator.
  • In the Input field, let’s add image URLs in a comma-separated format.
  • Lastly, in the Name field, let’s add the output file name.

Customize Anything to PDF

4. With these settings, we are ready to send the Test and Review request to PDF.co. Here, we are presented with all the input parameters.

Send data

5. PDF.co’s response contains data such as the URL of the output file, output PDF page count, error, name of the output file, etc. Here, the URL specifies the output PDF file.

Test and Review

6. The output PDF URL will show a two-page PDF file with the sample two images.

Output PDF

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