How do you convert a PDF file into a JPG file
January 20, 2009 6:08pm CST
I'm not too good with computer stuff. But someone sent me images in a pdf file and I need to convert the file to a jpg file so I can send them to a photo company to print as 4 x 6 photos. I right clicked on the thumbnail but the "save as" option did not come up. I went to picnik to upload the image so I can rename it but it came up as an error. Do any one of you know how to convert a pdf file into a jpg file? TIA!
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21 Jan 09
Are you using the latest adobe reader? If not try to use it, you can download it at www.adobe.com. if this does not work, try this steps but this will be tricky. Open the file first and use the print screen key of your keyboard and then open the MS Paint and select edit from the menu bar and then paste or you can simply do Ctrl+V. Then save the image as jpg. The problem with this is that it copy all the content of your screen window. To fix this problem, open the MS Photo Editor and then open your file and then crop the image or the picture you want and then save. If you can find a screen capture programs in the net it will be lot easier.
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31 Jan 09
Print Screen works ok, but it can be alot of messing around....What if you have like a 500 page book or something that you need converted to JPEG? You don't wanna waste 3 hours copying and pasting and then editing!!! The Solution: ZAN Image Printer www.zan1011.com You simply "print" your document to the "zan printer" and it "prints" it out in any photo file type you want!
22 Jan 09
I think we can use adobe photoshop to to convert PDF file in to JPG file. Just open the PDF file you have with Adobe Photoshop it will automatially detect the images and give you save as option and you can save.
21 Jan 09
yes you can convert it to jpg, first of all you have to download a software called as PDF to WORD convrter install it and convert the pdf file into word, then you can easily convert your photograph in to jpg formt.