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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.
With the recent changes to adobe.com, you may find it difficult to locate the traditional My Adobe page, which shows your account, registered products, services and subscription related information at one place.
- Go to https://www.adobe.com/account.html and sign in with your Adobe ID. The My Adobe page is displayed.
- To sign out, click your name in the top global navigation bar and then click Sign Out.
Note: If you want to see your Creative Cloud related plans and products information, click your name in the top global navigation bar and then click Manage Account.
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Learn the best ways of handling and preparing CS6 files for print with this in-depth technical reference, designed especially for printers and production artists. Whether you print from InDesign, Illustrator, Photoshop, or Acrobat this guide explains all things that you need to know.
Use this guide to make sure that your creative control doesn’t end when your files leave your computer. Optimize your designs so they work with the abilities of the printing process, rather than against them. The Adobe® Creative Suite® 6 Printing Guide will tell you everything you need to know to produce Adobe Photoshop®, Illustrator®, InDesign®, and Acrobat® files that printers will love and published documents that clients will adore. Use it as a handy technical reference or as a training tool for new staff.
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If you require the Printing Guide for CS5.5/5, see here.
Use the links below to take you directly to the stores to install Adobe Connect Mobile. Connect Mobile 1.7 is now available for Android and BlackBerry Playbook. iOS is coming soon…watch this space.
The latest release is available on the Android Market and the BlackBerry AppWorld. To downlaod and install the application, do one of the following:
- Start your QR Code reader (such as Google Googles) and point your device camera at the QR code.
- Click/Tap on the QR code
- Enter the shorthyperlink in your browser
Easy as Pie!
If you need reasons, why upgrading is a good idea, see Adobe Connect Blog.