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Convert JPG to PDF at 200 KB or Less

by Hung Nguyen

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Use our free tools to compress JPG files to 200 KB or less and convert them to PDF. No registration is needed.

Often when you submit electronic documents, there are two requirements: the file must be a PDF, and its size needs to be below a specific MB or KB threshold. Knowing this, we’ve created this guide to help you convert images to PDF and then compress the file.

How to Convert JPG to PDF at 200 KB for Free

  1. Go to the JPG to PDF tool, drag and drop your JPG in.

  2. Drag and drop your JPG in.

  3. Click “Convert.”

  4. Select “Compress” and choose “Basic compression.”

  5. Download your converted and compressed PDF!

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Convert JPG to PDF at 200 KB or even less (as shown above)!

My PDF Isn’t Small Enough!


In this case, we suggest you choose the “Strong compression” option, pushing the compression rate even further. Although this is a Pro-only option, Smallpdf offers a free 7-day trial period that you can sign up for. If you opt for this trial, the strong compression mode will be available to you. Also, you’ll be able to batch convert and compress as many documents as you need. Especially when it comes to meeting application deadlines, batch compression is helpful!

Convert Many JPGs and Other Images to PDF


All Smallpdf users have access to bulk file conversion within the JPG to PDF tool. If you need to compress and store files as PDF, simply drag and drop as many JPG files as you need into the JPG to PDF tool. We’ve written an in-depth tutorial on this in case you need additional help. However, the limitations still apply, so if you need to use this tool more regularly, you can get started with that free trial!

Furthermore, Smallpdf also accepts other image formats. If you have photos in PNG, TIFF, or even BMP—worry not. The converter allows mixed formats of images, so feel free to drag them all in. The output file will merge all photos into one PDF before compressing the output file.

Gone are the days of large image files taking up your storage space!

Hung Nguyen
Hung Nguyen
Senior Growth Marketing Manager @Smallpdf