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As with the previous versions, you can use Acrobat DC to extract images from a PDF. Some of you have reported that you’re unable to find the options, so quick and dirty, here it is: Choose Tools > Export PDF.
- Choose Tools > Export PDF.
- Click Image.
- Click an image format, such as JPEG, PNG, TIFF.
Optionally, click the “gear” icon to set the image properties and options
- Select Export All Images checkbox.
- Click Export.
For detailed information, on Export PDF, see Convert or export PDFs to other file formats in the Acrobat DC help.
Acrobat X provides built in functionality to extract images from a PDF. There are many times when you would want to extract images from a PDF. For example, if you’re a clutz like me, you could have deleted all the image source files.
- Open the PDF in Acrobat X.
- Choose Tools > Document Processing > Export All Images
- Enter a file name, location, and click Save.
For more information see the help topic.
NOTE: If you can’t see the Document Processing panel, in the tools pane, chances are that:
- You’re trying this in Adobe Reader X. This functionality is not available in Reader X.
- The panel is hidden. Click the panel fly-out menu indicated by the arrow.