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How to Extract Images from PDF in Photoshop


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Want to know how to 'extract images from PDF' in Photoshop? This write-up will help you enlighten about it. It should be of great help.

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How to Extract Images from PDF in Photoshop

  1. 1. How To Extract Images from PDF using Photoshop
  2. 2. Here, you will learn on how to extract images from PDF in Adobe Photoshop. I hope that it will help both the beginner and advanced level of Photoshop users in a great deal. 
  3. 3. It is assumed that you need all the images from PDF to open in Adobe Photoshop.  So, open the file in Acrobat and use Export All images command by going Advanced> Document Processing> Export All image. 
  4. 4. There is also a way to extract only one image from PDF file in Acrobat, click on the image to select it then right click and choose Save image As or just copy it in clipboard by clicking Ctrl + C.  Next, extract image from PDF and open it directly in Photoshop to skip extracting image in Acrobat by going to File> Open. 
  5. 5. Photo Courtesy ­ Extract Images from PDF in Photoshop
  6. 6. Navigate to PDF file in Open dialog, click it once to select it and then click Open button.  When Import PDF dialog appear, click on Images in top left corner and then click on image thumbnail to select it and finally click OK button to open only selected image in Photoshop. 
  7. 7. This is it.  That is the whole process. Happy Photoshopping! 
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