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Sunday, 01 November 2009 11:21

How to extract images from PDF format files

How do you extract images from your pdf files? One of the most conventional way to extract images from pdf files is pressing the print screen button, open your image editor and paste the copied screen shot.

Do you know that you can actually use software application to easily extract images from pdf files? I am going to share a tool called PDF Image Extraction Wizard, which is a step-by-step wizard tool to extract images from pdf files.

Step 1: Launch the PDF Image Extraction Wizard.


Step 2: Choose your PDF file and output folder. You can optional input your desired base name for images too. The extracted images will be named ‘basename#.ext’, where # is the sequence number.


Step 3: If you want the application to process certain pages only, you can enter the start page and stop page. Leave the textbox blank and the application will process all pages. If the pdf file is protected by password, then you can enter the user and master password here.


Step 4: Choose your output image formats. You have 6 different formats to choose. They are JPG, BMP, PNG, TGA, TIFF and GIF.


Step 5: Choose the image transformations. This page also lets you to choose whether want to extract all images, extract small images, or extract only large images.


Done. You just finish extract images from your pdf files.



P.S:The PDF Image Extraction Wizard is a shareware and it limits you to extract only first 3 images if you haven’t register. But you could use the First page and Last page method that i explain in step 3 to slowly extract all images from the pdf file.

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