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    photoshop or nitropdf

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    i use photoshop to convert jpg usually

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    Couldn't even think about anything else than Photoshop.

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    I think Photoshop is the best tool for me.

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    preview (on mac, of course).
    photoshop if more control over parameters are needed.

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    Great info

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    Look, I have to agree with you friend, it will depend a lot more from user to user, because those who have a little more skill will certainly prefer photoshop.

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    Photoshop is the best option for me.

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    I agree with using Photoshop.

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    If not Photoshop, how about Acrobat Pro?

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    google pdf to jpg dude

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    photoshop is a good solution, but you have gimp as well.. as a free .. :)

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    Adobe Acrobat Standard or Pro

    I would suggest Adobe Acrobat Standard or Pro

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    Thanks!!!!

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    Now this may not be exactly what You're looking for, but seeing as how your question was really well answered there may be solution that can help under circumstances.

    When I need general information from the pdf, but without all the clutter I will import it in corel draw x6 and save the cdr file. Then renaming the .cdr file to .zip will allow to access file structure directly. Intreresting enough Corel seems to properly import all major information about images in the pdf file and store it in clear XML format - but with a twist - all image elements now have proper file/content headers.

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