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How do I Convert PDF File to Image Format?

Complete Step By Step Tutorial

Ever since the revolutionary introduction of Microsoft Windows to the world of personal computing, MS Word has been a standard document creation application. In 1993, Adobe unveiled the ‘Portable Document Format’, which was a huge leap forward in digital documentation and gave birth to the idea of “Paperless Office”. Initially, the PDF format was only meant for secure document exchange and PDF documents could only be created using expensive solutions provided by Adobe itself. However, at long last the PDF format has opened up, allowing third party solutions to extend and redefine the format as a genuine .doc competitor.


Classic PDF Editor is a worthwhile addition to the rapid evolution to the PDF format. Offering a rich feature suite, including conversion of more than 500 printable file formats to PDF, Classic PDF Editor has truly extended the boundaries of the format to a level which seemed impossible only a couple of years ago. One of the standout features offered by Classic PDF Editor is conversion of PDF documents into fully self-contained JPEG, BMP, GIFF, and PNG images. Offering a smooth conversion process and flawless results, now you can truly visualize your documents.

Why to convert PDF to Image?

Image files are almost universally supported by any device which offers a screen. With Classic PDF Editor’s PDF to Image conversion, you can easily view your document on any device or share them on a social network with a single click. Sharing a document in an image format ensures complete security, as well as a choice of different image encoding schemes to optimize the size and quality of your document.

Steps followed in the PDF conversion to Image:

Simply go to Classic PDF editor home page or download setup from here. Open the website, at homepage click on the download button.

Save the exe file, double click the saved exe file to run the setup, it’ll take few moments to install the software. After installation a desktop shortcut will appear on the screen.

Double click the desktop icon to open the Classic PDF suite, an assistant will appear where you can click to buy the full Classic PDF suite, or close to buy the free trial version. Click on the “Open” button and select your desired PDF file to open.

After the file is opened, in the “Convert” tab, click “PDF to Image” conversion button which will open an assistant, Select the desired page(s) that needs to be converted into an image, then select your output folder and also select your desired image format. Currently supported image formats are JPEG, PNG, BMP and GIFF. The default format is JPEG.

Finally, click the “Export” button to convert PDF file to image. You can then visit the output folder and open the generated image file to view the results.

How do I Convert PDF File to Image Format: Step by Step Guide


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