Windows 10: Converting a pdf file Solved

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  1.    18 Mar 2017 #11

    Cliff S said: View Post
    Brilliant, thank you cliff S, it has all worked perfectly.

    Thanks to all who came in on this.
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  2.    18 Mar 2017 #12

    Another option


    I know this has been marked solved but as another option you could try STDU Viewer
    Menu > File > Browse > select file > Right Click > Open
    Menu > File > Export > to image...
    Select image type, pages and destination folder > OK

    STDU Viewer is a free viewer for multiple file formats. The goal of this software is to replace the multiple document viewers with a single one simple application. STDU Viewer supports TIFF, PDF, DjVu, XPS, JBIG2, WWF document formats. These are the most popular formats for scientific and technical documentation.

    Additionally STDU Viewer supports FB2, TXT, Comic Book Archive (CBR or CBZ), TCR, PalmDoc(PDB), MOBI, AZW, EPub, DCX and image (BMP, PCX, JPEG, GIF, PNG, WMF, EMF, PSD) files

    STDU Viewer has comes with a multilanguage interface. Currently you can choose from English, Russian or French languages. It is possible to translate STDU Viewer's interface into your language by changing strings in xml external resource.

    STDU Viewer has modern tabbed interface and all standard features for this type of application (thumnail view, rotate page, search by text layer, etc). Also STDU Viewer has some extended features, such as: exporting a page or part of a page into an image file, creating your own bookmarks, setting an action for tap screen and some else others.

    If a document supports text layer (TXT, TCR, PDB, FB2, PDF, XPS, MOBI, AZW, EPub or Djvu file), then STDU Viewer helps you export text from this type of documents to a file. You can export all text from document or text from some selected pages.

    You can use STDU Viewer as a converter from DjVu and PDF files to a set of image files (BMP, GIF, PNG etc) which represent pages of a source document

    STDU Viewer is provided as freeware for private non-commercial or educational use. For commercial use, it is necessary to register
    There is a portable version (which I use) so you can test it without installing it.
    Even if you don't use it as your everyday reader at only 9.45MB (portable version) it is handy to have on standby
    STDU Viewer


    Good luck :)
    Last edited by FrillyBits; 18 Mar 2017 at 21:03. Reason: Fixed link
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       19 Mar 2017 #13

    FrillyBits said: View Post
    I know this has been marked solved but as another option you could try STDU Viewer
    Menu > File > Browse > select file > Right Click > Open
    Menu > File > Export > to image...
    Select image type, pages and destination folder > OK



    There is a portable version (which I use) so you can test it without installing it.
    Even if you don't use it as your everyday reader at only 9.45MB (portable version) it is handy to have on standby
    STDU Viewer


    Good luck :)
    What I posted is good for a one time thing, but that STDU Viewer looks like a good find for someone who needs to do it more often
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  4.    17 May 2017 #14

    I tried using this PDF editor to convert my PDF files to images, it's easy to use and it supports many formats, such as PNG, JPG, BMP and TIFF. For me, it's a good option.
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