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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.
Not your version? Try Extract images in PDF using Acrobat DC.
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.