I have a document that is in PDF and I would like to select portions of it (the graphics mainly) and convert to JPG, GIF, and PNG. What is the best way to do this?
Presently I am converting the document to bitmap and then editting it by selecting the pieces I want and pasting them back into the workspace and then using "save bitmap as".
There must be another, more efficient way. Isn't there?
Why not open the PDF directly in draw, you can then do whatever Draws tools allow you to do and you can export it back to a PDF if you wish.
I agree with Alfred. Even though pdf is an adobe product we are all forced to use this format some time or another. No need to use all adobe products when we have all the tools we need in the Corel suite to manage this task.
I have no trouble editing a pdf and re-publishing it. But, the question is: what is the best way to convert part of a pdf (ie: a figure or map) to a jpg, gif, and/or png?
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