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After you have downloaded a PDF file on which there are graphics and test, how do
you convert if io either a BMP file or a Metafile format ?

Sure would help obtaining the name of a program that could do just that.

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Elphège
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Put the pdf file on you screen. Select as much of it as your computer will take. copy it to the clipboard. paste it into Paint.
Instant bitmap file.
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By downloading a free Adobe Acrobat Reader that is designed for your computer, you will be able to view all documents that are in .PDF format. These documents cannot be viewed without the Adobe Acrobat Reader.

Once you have installed the Reader on your system, you will be able to view and print all .pdf files.

Viewing the file on your screen, you may capture it with any screencapture utility, and then transform it into BMP format.
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