How to convert a pdf file to jpg
PDF files are great for preserving the integrity of a document, but they can be a bit of a trouble if you’re trying to insert them into another document or presentation. PDFs also require a separate program to open, which may be confusing for your grandparents or your kids. Converting your PDF file to the JPG image format solves these problems, allowing you to embed, edit, and share with ease.
There are some methods which are used to convert pdf files to jpg…
- Using Online Conversion
- Using Image Editing
- Using Google Drive
2. Using Image Editing software
* Open Photoshop, PaintShop Pro or GIMP.
Photoshop costs a lot of money, PaintShop Pro somewhat less but GIMP is a free, open source program that mimics a lot of Photoshop’s functionality. All programs will allow you to quickly convert your PDF files.
* Open your PDF file.
If the file is multiple pages, you are given the option to load them as Layers or Images. Select Images so that each page opens as a separate image file. If you select Layers, it will be difficult to convert the entire PDF document.
* Save/Export each image as a JPG.
In Photoshop or PaintShop Pro, click File and select Save As. Select JPG as the file type. You can then choose the quality that you would like to save the JPG as. For GIMP, click File and select Export. Choose JPG from the dropdown menu of formats. Choose the quality of the JPG you want to make.
- Repeat this for each of the individual pages.