PDF COMPLETE: CROP, COPY, PASTE ONTO A POWER POINT

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Hi there

I have a PDF COMPLETE version and are trying to copy some images onto a powerpoint presentation.

With previous versions, I used to have like a camera icon (in the toolbars)  that allowed me to crop an image, but this one only has the "grabber" hand.

Please help?

Caroline



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Look’s like they may have disabled this feature in newer versions of Acrobat Reader. Here is another way to do it.

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<li>Zoom the PDF until the image you want is the size you want it.</li><li>Hold down the ALT key on your keyboard.</li><li>Press the Print Screen key on your keyboard (usually above the insert home and page up keys).</li><li>Release both keys.</li><li>Open Paint (In the start menu under the Accessories menu.)</li><li>In paint click the Edit menu and then click paste.</li><li>In the tool bar on the right side of the screen, click the rectangle that is drawn with a dashed line.</li><li>Click and drag to select the area you want to copy.</li><li>Click the Edit menu.</li><li>Choose copy.</li><li>Paste the selected image into the application of your choice.</li>
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  • Shilpa Venkateshwaran
    THe other option is to take a print screen and then edit the image in paint. Just paste in paint then use the crop tool to crop the part you want. Then paste to power point.
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  • Patentlaw
    Use Edit, Take a snapshot.
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  • TechTalker
    Try Gadwin Printscreen (http://www.gadwin.com/printscreen). There is a free version that creates lightweight (small file size)/ clear images that are good for pasting into PowerPoint, Word, and Web Site pages.
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  • Manojlov
    thankx 4 ur help......
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