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How do I take a scanned image pdf and convert to jpeg or gif?

Discussion in 'Microsoft Office' started by debsy7gb3, Mar 30, 2010.

  1. debsy7gb3

    debsy7gb3 Flightless Bird

    I have scanned a document into my computer so its now in pdf format. I want
    to be able to edit it and then email the edited copy to someone. How do I do
    that? I was told to save it as a jpeg or gif by I have no option that I can
    find to save it that way.
     
  2. LD55ZRA

    LD55ZRA Flightless Bird

    No you can't do anything with a pdf file. Even if you have full
    version of Adobe Acrobat Professional version, editing is still a
    problem. You always need an original document used to create a pdf
    file.

    Creating a jpeg or gif is somehow easy using <PRTScrn> on your
    keyboard and pasting it in a photo editor but again this is likely
    to fail.

    Don't waste your time on silly ideas like this.

    hth


    debsy7gb3 wrote:
    >
    > I have scanned a document into my computer so its now in pdf format. I want
    > to be able to edit it and then email the edited copy to someone. How do I do
    > that? I was told to save it as a jpeg or gif by I have no option that I can
    > find to save it that way.


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