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pdf to jpg

Hello
I have a logo that was sent to me in a pdf document. I need to get the logo smaller and in a jpg format. So I can put on my website. Any help would be great
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zenworksb
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zenworksb
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kkattfishCommented:
there are a few converter programs, i believe this one is free http://www.pdf995.com/
hope it helps.
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concept99Commented:
I've used 'pdf2all' several times and it works really well. You get 9 free conversions, before you have to register:

http://www.pdf2all.com/overview.shtml

It'll convert from PDF to just about anything (JPG, Word, tiff, ppt, etc), as well as the other way around.
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PhreonxCommented:
Hello,
Adobe Reader is the only tool you need. Select Tools / Basic / Snapshot Tool. Select the area / picture you want to export and press CTRL + C.
Create a new bitmap or a word document or whatever you wish and simply press CTRL + V.

Hope that helped ;)
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LinkyCommented:
If you have Adobe Photoshop you can just open the PDF file. You can then copy whatever you want out of the document.
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Ryan_RCommented:
if the logo is physically small enough, just load the pdf and hit Print Screen on your keyboard (near the Page Up, Home, and Insert keys)
run ms paint from the start menu and paste the image into it
select the logo using the selection tool from the toolbox and copy the logo into a new Paint canvas. save this as a jpeg file
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Brook BraswellApplication Development ManagerCommented:
those are all nice tricks I am aware of, but this needs to be an automated ( non manual ) way of converting the first page of the PDF to JPG.   I am working on writing some VB6 code that will do the trick.  All I would need is to call a stored procedure when the user uploads a file and then it would run my VB6 app.  I am hoping there is already an automated way to see a PDF as a JPG.  Rather I would like the original question resolved.   Have the PDF on the web page and the menu's flow in front of it.  But then that would be like having my cake and eating it too.
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Brook BraswellApplication Development ManagerCommented:
omg...so sorry....I posted to the wrong place.  How can I delete that post ?
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