How to Convert PDF Images to JPG

by Cesar Castro
Converting a PDF image to JPG is a relatively simple process.

Converting a PDF image to JPG is a relatively simple process.

PDF and JPG, also referred to as JPEG, file formats are commonly used to save digital photos on a computer. The file formats allow the photos to be easily shared, edited and used in photo editing programs. Converting a PDF image to a JPG file can be done easily with photo editing software.

1

Locate the PDF file to be converted to a JPG file. Create a backup of the PDF file. Right-click the file and select "Edit." Click on "Copy." Go to "Edit" once again and click on "Paste" to create a duplicate of the PDF file.

2

Open the photo editing software; examples are Adobe Photoshop or file conversion software like Universal File Converter. Click on "File," then select "Open" or "Import." Navigate to the PDF file. Double-click on the PDF file to open it with the photo editing software.

3

Click on "Convert" in the file conversion software and select JPG as the output format. If using photo editing software, click on "File." Select "Save As." Choose "JPG" or "JPEG" as the output file format to save the PDF as a JPG file.

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About the Author

Cesar Castro has been a professional writer since 2010. In that time, he's gained an aggressive understanding of online marketing. By utilizing his Bachelor of Arts in business administration, he has gained core competency in information systems and business sectors.

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