then insert that graphic within a word document.
To convert a .pdf file to a graphic format:
1. Open the .pdf file that you wish to convert to a graphic.
2. Choose File, Save as from Menu bar.
3. Change Save As Type drop down window to either .jpg, .png, .tiff, or .eps
4. Name the file.
5. Click Save.
Although this is a fairly simple procedure, I’ve noticed that the quality of the
converted .pdf graphic is lacking in clarity. If you need high quality graphics within
a document, I would not suggest using this procedure. However, you can change
some of the properties to try and enhance the graphic by clicking the Settings
button at the bottom of the Save As window.
Extracting images from a .pdf file:
In addition to converting a .pdf file to one graphic file, you can also extract all of
the images on a .pdf file and save them as separate files. For example, if you
have a .pdf file that contains 5 separate graphics, when you export that file in
order to extract the images, you’ll end up with 5 separate graphic files.
To Extract Images from a .pdf file:
Open the .pdf file from which you wish to extract images.
Choose Advanced, Export all Images.
Choose either JPEG, TIFF, or PNG formats. JPG is typical.
Name the image.
*** If there are multiple images being extracted, that the file name given will have
extension numbers assigned to mark each graphic. For example, if you
name the extracted file “example” and there are 5 graphics being
extracted from the .pdf file, then you’ll end up with 5 separate files:
“example1.jpg”, “example2.jpg”, “example3.jpg”, “example4.jpg”,
You also have the ability to change some of the properties of the images by
choosing the Settings button from the Save window.
Insert pages into a PDF document:
Open the PDF file that you want to add pages to.