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    Junior Member Mazorka is on a distinguished road
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    I vote for photoshop too!

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    thank you

    So useful thanks.

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    Imagemagik for massive conversion!

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    I do in Acrobat Pro Save as... JPEG or open with Photoshop and save in JPG

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    Editing of PDF

    Is there any software that i can edit a pdf document directly without going thru other programs. Help!!

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    Just open that bad boy up in photoshop and save as JPEG. D and d.

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    I agree with every in opening in photoshop and then saving it as a jpeg from there. You have control over the jpeg quality which is always a bonus.

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    i normally use photoshop but it is a pain in the *ss if you have a big PDF ...

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    yeah, I love photoshop for this

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    Definitely use photoshop, hands down. Don't use a third party app, you don't want to loose quality.

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    Quote Originally Posted by annage View Post
    [url=http://www.oxpdf.com/pdf-to-jpg-converter.html]PDF to JPG Converter[/url] is a more efficient pdf to jpg conversion software, which is able to convert pdf to jpg format with original output quality and fast conversion speed.
    Moreover, PDF to JPG Converter is also can easy-to-use pdf to image software, just simple several clicks can guide users to the friendly interface and finish pdf to jpg conversion quickly.
    Acrobat is your best choice!

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    Mac's default imaging app 'Preview' can handle just about anything. It easily converts PDF's to PNG's for you. No need for PS.

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    i never thought i'd see the day when i needed jpg from my pdf. but for web images i usually use photoshop. now i see there are many other options. though, there's more control with ps.

    if i need something quick, i just take a screenshot.

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    Try www.pdf2jpg.net. have fun

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    Why Acrobat doesn't use the antialiasing while exporting to jpg is a mystery for me.
    Have to use something else because of it. So, use Photoshop, Indesign.

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