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    How do I copy an image in a PDF document and save it as jpeg?

    Have permission to use a PDF document, but cannot find a way to convert the photo that is there so I can use it on my website/blog? Any suggestions?

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    Can you just screen capture it? Try Grab if you're on a Mac or Snipping Tool in Windows.
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    Thank you very much....wasn't even aware there was something called Snipping Tool. It worked like a charm. I am most indebted to you. You guys are the greatest.

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    Open the pdf file and use the snapshot tool (it looks like a camera) to copy the area you want to copy.

    Open up an image editing program like photoshop and crop the image and save it as a .jpeg and use it for your project.

    Regards,
    Berry Martin

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    The Snipping Tool did the trick, and I wasn't aware it was even on my PC. Thanks to you all again.

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    If you have a program like Adobe Acrobat, there's an option to Export all Images, which is very handy for this.


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