How do you change a PDF to a JPEG?


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To convert a PDF file into JPEG format, you can use a Web-based file-conversion service, such as CloudConvert, to upload your PDF file and set the desired conversion parameters. Once the process is complete, you can download the converted file directly to your computer or a desired file-hosting service.

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  1. Access CloudConvert

    Use your Web browser to navigate to the CloudConvert homepage.

  2. Select the PDF file you wish to convert

    If the PDF file is located on your computer, click on the Select Files button, use Windows Explorer to navigate to the file, click on it, and click OK. If the PDF file is stored using an online file-hosting service, click on the arrow next to the Select Files button, choose the appropriate service, click on Accept to allow CloudConvert access, and select the desired file.

  3. Select the JPEG format

    Once you select the PDF file, click on the select format button, hover over the image option with your mouse pointer, and click on jpg.

  4. Modify the parameters

    Click on the wrench icon next to the select format button, and modify the parameters of the JPEG output by selecting the pages you wish to convert, moving the sliders that determine the image quality, ticking the boxes next to the options you wish to apply and clicking the Okay button.

  5. Complete the conversion

    Click on the Start Conversion button, wait for the conversion process to complete, and click on Download. If you want the converted file delivered to a file-hosting service, select the one you wish to use from the drop-down menu, and check the box next to it before clicking the Start Conversion button.

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