I want to extract images from my PDF file (which is in working condition), is there any way to do so?
- Author : Creative Team on August 30, 2011
Yes, you can extract the images from your working PDF file through Stellar Phoenix PDF Recovery. The software is one of the most efficient one under this category and thus, you can extract the images from your PDF file without much effort. However, if your PDF file is password protected then you have to provide the password to open it.
After downloading and installing Stellar Phoenix PDF Recovery software, follow the below mentioned steps to extract the images from your PDF document:
Open Stellar Phoenix PDF Recovery software
Click Extract images
Now select the PDF file from which you want to extract images.
Click Scan button. Here, a progress bar in the bottom of the interface indicates the ongoing scanning process.
After the successful scanning of your PDF file, all the extracted images are listed in the tree form at the left pane of the interface.
Click any image to see its preview at the right pane of the interface of the software.
You can check/uncheck the images provided in the left pane of the application to include/disclude them from save.
to save the selected scanned images. A Repair options window is displayed
to select the destination location of the extracted images. Thus, all the extracted images are saved at this specified location inside the Images folder.
Therefore, in just few simple steps you can extract all the images from your PDF document. The software is efficient enough to maintain the integrity and formatting of your PDF file as well as extracted images.
The system requirements for using Stellar Phoenix PDF Recovery tool are:
Windows Operating System Support: Windows 2003/XP/Vista/Windows 7
Other System Requirements:
Processor: Pentium Class
Ram: 1 GB
Hard Disk: 50MB
Acrobat Reader: Acrobat reader of that version should be installed
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