3 Quick ways to convert pdf to image for beginners
Well, the fastest way to convert any part of the pdf to image is to use that hideous Snipping tool, which was introduced in Windows Vista, 7 and later.
Seriously, not a joke, that was the quickest way to save any screen to jpg, not just the pdf.
Do you know that you could always convert your pdf to image using any free tool online, but owing to the privacy of the documents and all the ads out there… I suggest that you use the following simple techniques on your desktop.
On Mobile? Use scrolling screenshot tool.
Well man, I am on computer… what if the pdf scrolls to multiple pages, and you need to save it in a single image?
Now we are talking. So, here are the 3 quickest ways to save pdf as image:
1. Adobe Acrobat Reader
If you use Adobe Acrobat reader to view your pdf files, then you are in luck
a) Open the file in Acrobat Reader
b) Click on export, choose image as the export target
c) Select JPEG format and click export
d) You will get each page as a separate jpg format.
You could always use Microsoft Paint to append the images to one another, if you needed single image.
2. Install a little Extension on Google Chrome
Since, your quick browser chrome supports the pdf viewing capability. Install this quick extension: Fireshot – Capture Page
a) Open your pdf in chrome
b) click on the fireshot icon
c) click on capture entire page and let it do the magic
d) Now save as image in your favorite location.
3. Adobe Photoshop… Anyone heard of this?
What to Adobe Acrobat and Adobe Photoshop have in common?
You are right.. Adobe!
Photoshop allows loading of pdf files. After loading, you can export the file as png.
But be cautious, avoid opening very large files in Photoshop. It is not meant to be give you pretty scrolling experience.
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