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Converting a PDF to an image command

  • Updated: 5/05/2020
    • 11.3.x
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Converting a PDF to an image command

Use the PDF command to convert a PDF document into a separate image files.

Use the following steps:

Procedure

  1. Click Browse to select the PDF file.
    • If the file is encrypted, provide the user or owner password.
    • Press the F2 key to insert a Credential Variable.
  2. Specify the page range.
  3. From the drop-down list, select an output type..
    The following types are available: BMP, EMF, EXIF, GIF, JPEG, PNG, TIFF (default), and WMF.
    For JPEG output, specify a dpi quality from 0 through 100.
  4. Click Browse to select the folder for saving the images.
  5. Specify an image name as a prefix for the image files.
    The files' suffixes are index numbers.
  6. Optional: Mark the check box to overwrite existing output files with the same file name.
  7. In the Advanced View section:
    1. Modify the X Resolution and Y Resolution. The default is 200 dpi.
    2. Select an Image output type (either Color or Grayscale).
    3. Select a Color property. The default is True Color (32 bits).
    4. For TIFF files, select a TIFF compression type.
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