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Create PDF from multiple Images generated by a VB.net code.

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There will be two 300 dpi high resolution images generated from VB.net code that resides on a website. My requirement is that I want to add these 300 dpi high res images into a PDF with same same size as two pages.
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why pdf?  You could just use jpeg.
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This is the requirement. My client wants one PDF document instead of two Images. I'm happy to provide them JPEG/JPG format but they need PDF with two pages.
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I think you'll need to use a third party SDK (software developer kit).  See the following:

http://www.biopdf.com/download.php

BioPDF is not the only conversion tool out there, but for the price it is a good one.
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