Able to Extract 9: How to Convert PDF to Editable JPEG Images
PDF is a great way to package text, images and other digital media into documents and files. However, if you want to edit and reuse individual images from PDFs in other documents or presentations, then you need to extract them from PDF first. To do that, you need a specific software called PDF Converter. Depending on the desired output format (JPEG, GIF, PNG, etc.), you may look for a PDF tool that offers specified PDF conversion option.
People who are working with multiple image formats should probably search for a PDF solution that allows them to convert PDF to a wide array of image formats. One comprehensive tool that can come handy in digital photo and image editing endeavors is Able2Extract, a PDF conversion tool that quickly converts PDFs to a variety of file formats, such as MS Office, HTML, AutoCAD and image formats: JPEG, PNG, GIF, BMP, and TIFF.
With every version of the software, its feature list and conversion output options become richer. Able2Extract 9, the latest software release, offers new choices to users such as creating, securing and editing PDFs, and it also provides improved conversion output to all formats, including images.
What Able2Extract does when it comes to editing images is “unlock” the image saved in the non-editable PDF and make it available for further modifications in Able2Extract, or in some other specialized photo editing tools.
Since JPEG is the most common format for digital images, let’s see how to convert PDF files to JPEG image with ease, only in a couple of simple steps:
1) Install the free trial version of Able2Extract and open it.
2) Go to the Open tab on the A2E Command toolbar:
3) Click on the Select All option to select your document:
4) Next, click on Image on the Command toolbar.
5) The following box will appear:
Check the JPG option and you’ll be able to:
- Adjust JPEG Image Quality
- Create HTML Gallery
- Make your photo black and white
- Modify your image size by tweaking dimension or scale settings
6) Finally, click the Convert button:
Your image is now converted into an editable JPEG file that you can share with friends and family or modify even further in your favorite image editors.