Convert a PDF image into JPEG

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Convert PDF to JPEG
I wish to upload to Phafare a photo image which I have received in a PDF format. I have downloaded the picture using Adobe Acrobat and can see it on my PC but when I try to upload to Phanfare I see that it must be in a the JPEG file format. How can I convert the PDF into JPEG? Adobe Acrobat doesn't seem to have this functionality. I can export to Word but even this cannot be sent to Phafare.


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If you have Adobe Acrobat – rather than Adobe Reader, you should be able to open the picture, click on File, then select Save As —> Image and select the image format you want it to be.

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  • TheRealRaven
    I have downloaded the picture using Adobe Acrobat...

    What do you mean by "downloaded"? Do you mean you have already used Acrobat to save the image out of the PDF onto your PC? If so, what did you 'download' it as? What OS are you running? What image processing apps do you have?
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  • Davetgreen
    I already have Adobe Acrobat Reader installed. It doesn't give me the option to save as a JPEG. I can upload the Acrobat PDF file to Ancestry but it doesn't appear in a visible form without again downloading to my PC which defeats the objective. The same happens with a Word file. Ancestry can only seem to display in a visible form files uploaded as a JPEG or Tif. I have Windows 7.The really annoying thing is that this is a new problem which I have not encountered previously with PDF images
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  • Davetgreen
    I have Adobe Acrobat Reader  but I am not able to see any option to save as anything only to export as a word doc. but this suffers the same problem.
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  • TheRealRaven
    Unfortunately, the Reader product is only that, a PDF "reader". It doesn't provide deeper functions. For those, you need either the more advanced Adobe Acrobat product (not Acrobat Reader) or a similar product from other vendors.

    You could always take a high-resolution screen-shot bitmap of the image and save that as a JPEG. The image will essentially be just as high resolution as your monitor can display anyway.
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  • Davetgreen
    The suggestion to take a screen shot made by The Real raven works OK. Many thanks.
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