How to upload PDF image into Microsoft PowerPoint

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I just moved to Office 2016 and I'm already having issues! I'm trying to make a PowerPoint presentation and when I upload an image (that was saved as a PDF file), the quality is terrible! I can't even see the image. I really don't want to use the snipping tool too. What's the best way to upload a PDF image into PowerPoint? Thanks.
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You might consider taking a screenshot of the image in the PDF and then pasting into PowerPoint.

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  • ToddN2000
    When adding the PDF image to the PowerPoint slide are you keeping the same size or trying to scale it larger?  There may be little you can do to enlarge it and keep a good resolution. If this is a photo you may enlarge it a bit but if this is an image of a logo, say just a few colors, you may be able to convert it to a .SVG image and then you can scale it more without losing quality. 
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  • Subhendu Sen
    For this purpose you can use MS Snipping tool, which is a screenshot utility included in Windows OS.
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  • ToddN2000
    If you have Adobe Acrobat, you could open the PDF then save the image to your desktop then copy and paste it. You can also try one of the many other free screen capture programs like Irfanview is you don't want to use the snipping tool.
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