User Guide - How to Extract Images from PDF Files?
Have many image-based PDF files and you’d like to save a neat illustration or graphic for personal use. You might have found it is too difficult to get the original images from PDF since copy and paste is not workable at all. However, don’t panic! If you find a useful tool like iPubsoft PDF Image Extractor to help you extract images from PDF, then, it will be pretty easy for you to do the task. The following is the step by step guide on how to use the program to extract images from PDF files.
1 Launch the Program and Import PDF Files
After downloading and installing the program on your PC, launch it and click the "Add File" or "Add Folder" button to import the target PDF files or entire PDF folder to the program interface. You can drag and drop PDF files to the app directly. Batch conversion mode is also supported by this program.
After that, PDF file information will appear in list, including File Name, Size, Total Pages, Output Type, Selected Page and Status. You can check the imported PDF file and click "Delete" or "Clear All" if you add wrong files.
2 Set Page Range and Output Folder
You are allowed to set page range to extract by checking the button of "Current" or entering page numbers. Or, the program will extract "All" images from the whole PDF file.
All the output files will be saved in source folder as default. If you want to change the output location, you can check Customize, and click Browse button to browse your computer and choose your desired one.
After finishing all the settings above, you can rightly turn to the bottom right corner of the program window and click the button of Start to begin the task. When the status bar shows 100%, it means the extraction is done successfully. And now you can click the Open button to get the output images extracted from PDF.