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1. To convert PDF files to JPEG, PNG or TIFF images on the iPhone you must install the PDF to JPEG by PDF2Office app into the iPhone from the App store. 2. Then you run PDF to JPEG by PDF2Office app on the iPhone and you must add the PDF files to convert to the Files list.
Go to the "Tool" Tab. Open a PDF and navigate to the "Tool" tab on the left toolbar and choose "Add or Edit Watermark". Create a Watermark. Click the "Create" button and from here you can add a watermark to PDF on Mac, choosing either "Text", "Image" or "PDF" as the source. Set Preferences and Add Watermark to PDF on Mac.
Launch Preview from the /Applications/ folder and open the PDF that needs to be converted. Pull down the File menu and select Export (if you mapped Export to the Save As shortcut just hit Command+Shift+S) From the 'Export As' window, click the contextual menu next to Format and choose JPEG
Question: Q: how to convert Pages document to jpeg format Open in Preview with View > Thumbnails enabled. Select the page thumbnail that you want to make jpeg, and then File > Export. Choose the jpeg file type, the quality, and the preferred resolution.
Select Edit -> Select All from the Preview menu bar, or use the Command-A keyboard shortcut to select all the open images. Select File -> Export Selected Images from the menu bar. Choose a location to export your converted images. Click the Options button in the Export window.
Launch Preview from the /Applications/ folder and open the PDF that needs to be converted. Pull down the File menu and select Export (if you mapped Export to the Save As shortcut just hit Command+Shift+S) From the 'Export As' window, click the contextual menu next to Format and choose JPEG
(1) Enable thumbnail view, click on the ONE PAGE you want to convert to jpg, then choose "export." If you choose more than one page, only the first will get exported to jpg. (2) Create a copy of the file, delete all the pages except the one you want to export to JPG, and export that page.
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