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format of document

Postby oilman19 » 16 Jan 2012, 22:22

I have a document that was provided to me. It is in the pdf format which makes it impossible for me to manipulate. I was going to post it on the forum but "Postimage" can't read that format. I think it only likes jpeg.
Would anyone have a suggestion on how to convert it to jpeg?
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Re: format of document

Postby Haztek » 16 Jan 2012, 23:52

Hi:

I downloaded a program called Nitro PDF Reader. It has an option on the toolbar to Extract Images PDF to BMP, JPEG, PNG, or TIFF

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Re: format of document

Postby oilman19 » 17 Jan 2012, 10:21

Thank you, Jerry.
I'll see if I can make that work for me.
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Re: format of document

Postby adelfio » 17 Jan 2012, 15:29

copy the printed image into Windows Paint and save it as a JPG
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Re: format of document

Postby oilman19 » 17 Jan 2012, 15:59

I thought I had tried that but I'll give it another try.

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