Today, PDF is one of the most popular formats for working with electronic documents.
PDF format is used to store files, share them with partners and clients, and publish them.
However, it is sometimes necessary to convert PDF files to JPG format. JPEG/JPG is the most
widespread graphic format and makes it easy to
publish information online, use it in a presentation or solve other similar tasks.
Let's see just how easy it is to convert PDF files to JPG format using Universal Document Converter.
Install Universal Document Converter: download the installer, launch it and follow the few, short steps.
Launch Adobe Reader or any other program for reading PDF files and open the document you want to convert. Open the File menu and select "Print".
In the new window, choose Universal Document Converter as your printer. If you
plan to convert files frequently, it make be a good idea to make Universal Document Converter your
default printer. Click "Properties" to access the conversion settings.
You may choose to enter your settings for PDF to JPG conversion by hand, but it often
makes sense to use one of the software's existing settings profiles.
To access existing profiles, click "Load settings".
Universal Document Converter comes with several existing settings profiles. The one
you need is called PDF to JPEG.xml. Select
this profile and click "Open".
Launch the PDF to JPEG conversion by clicking OK. How long the conversion takes
depends on the size of the source file,
the settings you choose and your computer's available system resources. Once the PDF to JPG
conversion is complete, the target file will be
saved to: My Documents\UDC Output Files.
The target file will automatically open using your computer's default program for that file type.
Converting Multiple PDF Documents to JPEG in Batch Mode