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Another great feature that comes bundled in the Classic PDF Editor suite is to convert PDF to jpeg with Classic PDF Converter (we are all too familiar with the Doc to PDF, Docx to PDF, Xls to PDF and Xlsx to PDF conversion). The process is quite simple and does not involve a lot of complexities. This is precisely what makes Classic PDF Converter such as a versatile and intuitive PDF conversion application. It boasts a user-friendly and uncluttered user interface which ensures that supports industry-standard PDF conversion features.
The first step is to download Classic PDF Editor and save the setup file to your desktop.
Now double click on the Classic PDF Editor Setup file you just downloaded and follow onscreen instructions to install.
Once the installation is complete, double click on Classic PDF icon on your desktop to launch the application.
Click on the Open button and select the PDF file that you want to convert to an image.
Click on the Convert tab and head over to the Export section.
Select the PDF to Image button and choose the pages to be converted, output folder and desired output image format. Bear in mind that the currently available output image formats include JPEG, BITMAP, TIFF and PNG.
Classic PDF Converter will start converting the PDF file to images in the desired output format.
The converted images can be retrieved from the destination folder.
How to Convert PDF to Image with Classic PDF Converter
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