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There are a couple of things you can do to create a PDF from an image file.
If you have access to Photoshop just open the file in that and save as a PDF.
If you don't have photoshop you could try a free online jpeg to PDF converter (I am not affiliated with this co but a Google search for "free online jpeg to PDF converter" brought up this top result, http://www.convert-jpg-to-pdf.net/ )
The other way is to simply paste your jpeg image file (or insert picture/media file) into a doc or Word document and save it as a PDF.
Hope this helps
Successor to the .JPEG image format; may incorporate lossy or lossless compression; supports image transparency, and additional metadata information; can be viewed with QuickTime Player 7 or later and with Photoshop if the JPEG2000.8bi plugin is installed. Most JPEG 2000 images have either a .JP2 or .JPX file extension. You can also convert the .jpF to a JPEG using this free software Tick Here please.
With the appropriate codec, Windows can open NEF files for viewing: http://support.nikontech.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/13869
Recent versions of Adobe Camera RAW can open NEF files and allow you to work with them in Photoshop and Photoshop Elements (this is not free software): http://www.adobe.com
The free Nikon ViewNX2 can open NEF files and convert them to JPEG. Nikon CaptureNX2 allows you to work with the NEF files directly, though this is also not free software: http://support.nikontech.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/61
If you have the 5D Mark II (the latest version,) the raw converter in Photoshop CS3 does not support the format. If you have the earlier version of lthe 5D, download the latest raw converter update from Adobe (free}
If you have the Mark II you can do one of three things to continue using Photoshop:
1. Upgrade to CS4. The latest update for it's raw converter supports the 5D Mark II.
2. Download the Adobe DNG Converter when 5.2 version becomes available and convert your cr2 files to the DNG format which CS3 can read. In the past this has been available as a free download form Adobe, but it's not currently on their site.
3. Use the raw converter that came with your camera.
dreamweaver can't display PSD (Photoshop) files so you will need to export the file for web. To do this from Photoshop, press CTRL+ALT+SHIFT+S to save the file for web. Choose your settings (all of the displayed settings will let you view the file in dreamweaver) and then save your new file.
files are usually proprietary to the camera manufacturer and sometimes
to the specific model of camera. That means, only the camera that takes
the picture can understand the information collected on the camera
sensors. That information is then translated by means of firmware
(software) built into the camera and the usual result is a more user
friendly format called JPEG." From Understanding RAW Format Read also wikipedia : Raw image format In substance many software do not manage Raw format, this is normal. The newer photoshop CS3 can manage some Raw format , depending on the camera.
Photoshop 6 does not read Sony RAW format. You need to export pictures from camera using jpeg, or to use a converter software if pictures are already on computer, see: Convert RAW to JPG
Import Microsoft Office documents (Windows only)
You can insert the full contents of a Microsoft Word or Excel document in a new or existing web page. When you import a Word or Excel document, Dreamweaver receives the converted HTML and inserts it into your web page. The file’s size, after Dreamweaver receives the converted HTML, must be less than 300K.
Instead of importing the entire contents of a file, you can also paste portions of a Word document and preserve the formatting. Note: If you use Microsoft Office 97, you cannot import the contents of a Word or Excel document; you must insert a link to the document.
Open the web page into which you want to insert the Word or Excel document.
In Design view, do one of the following to select the file:
Drag the file from its current location to the page where you want the content to appear.
Select File > Import > Word Document or File > Import > Excel Document.
In the Insert Document dialog box, browse to the file you want to add, select any of the formatting options from the Formatting pop-up menu at the bottom of the dialog box, and then click Open.
Inserts unformatted text. If the original text is formatted, all formatting will be removed.
Text With Structure
Inserts text that retains structure, but does not retain basic formatting. For example, you can paste text and retain the structure of paragraphs, lists, and tables, without retaining bold, italics, and other formatting.
Text With Structure Plus Basic Formatting
Inserts both structured and simple HTML-formatted text (e.g., paragraphs and tables, as well as text formatted with the b, i, u, strong, em, hr, abbr, or acronym tag).
Text With Structure Plus Full Formatting
Inserts text that retains all structure, HTML formatting, and CSS styles.
Clean Up Word Paragraph Spacing
Eliminates extra space between paragraphs when you paste your text if you selected Text With Structure or Basic Formatting.
The contents of the Word or Excel document appear in your page.
Macromedia Dreamweaver for the first time, or on a new site for the first time, you need to define the Web site so that Dreamweaver can work with it. This process includes naming the site, placing the local files on a directory on your hard drive, and showing Dreamweaver where those files will be published on the Web. Follow these easy instructions to define a new Web site for Dreamweaver .
First, you should go to the "Site" menu and choose "Manage Sites".
As you can see from the image below, this will open a dialog window. Choose "New Site" from the "New" button.
Open Dreamweaver and Start the Site Definition Wizard Name Your Site
Using Server Technologies on Your Dreamweaver Site Where Should You Edit Your Dreamweaver Site Files Defining Access to Your Dreamweaver Site Always Test Your Connection Site Check-out and Check-in with Dreamweaver Review Your Site Definition Your Site Now Appears in the Manage Sites Window Start Editing Your Files in Dreamweaver