To convert a PDF file to the JPEG format, use the Snipping Tool in Windows 7 to mark the desired content in the PDF file, and save it as a JPEG image file. An alternate method includes uploading the PDF file and converting it through an online conversion service.
To perform a conversion via the Snipping Tool, click on the Start button, click on the All Programs link, open the Accessories folder, and click on the Snipping Tool icon. Open the PDF file in a PDF viewer utility, such as Adobe Acrobat Reader, click on the arrow next to the New button in the Snipping Tool, and select the Rectangular Snip option. Drag the mouse pointer over the content of a page to draw a rectangle over it, and release the mouse button to finalize the snipping process. Click on the File button, select the Save As option, chose the JPEG File option from the drop-down menu in the Save As Type section, and click Save. Repeat the process for other pages if necessary.
To convert a PDF file through an online conversion service, navigate to PDF2JPG.net, click on the Choose a PDF File button, select the PDF file you wish to convert, choose the desired image quality, and click on the Convert PDF to JPG button. Once the conversion completes, the website displays links for every converted page, allowing you to download them as JPEG files.