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Acrobat could not save a page in this document because of the following error: the image is too wide

I have a full size drawing image (24"x36") PDF trying to export from Acrobat to a Tiff or a JPG and I keep getting the same error:

Acrobat could not save a page in this document because of the following error: The image is too wide to output.  Please crop it or reduce resolution and try again.
Find many asking solution on Internet with no solutions other than 3rd party app.

TRIED:
I set default printer to an oversize device - plotter
I set the out to Tiff and JPG resolutions to LOW
I tried PNG and got same error
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wmandallp
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Raheman M. AbdulCommented:
Have you tried this one: http://www.aidecad.com/ 
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wmandallpAuthor Commented:
Thanks will try that in future when need.
But now I need an image file either JPG or Tiff for a presentation.
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Raheman M. AbdulCommented:
Workaround: Press Printscreen and paste it in MSPaint
follow the above step a few times if you want to capture all your drawing and paste into MSPaint joining the previous image screnshots.
Save the file as JPG
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wmandallpAuthor Commented:
Yes can certainly do that but we are talking about a 24"x36" full size drawing PDF so screen capture to Paint would lose a lot of quality.
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Raheman M. AbdulCommented:
I dont think we lose the quality (if i am not wrong)
Try photoshop or any other alternative software.
See if someone helps better solution.
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Brian GeeCommented:
I'm thinking it may be your default TIF and JPG viewers might be at issue, but...

At the risk of possibly degrading the image (possible but hopefully not likely), could you print the PDF to Letter size using the Adobe PDF print driver to get the image into 8.5x11 size for which a save into TIF and/or JPG should work afterward?
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James MurrellProduct SpecialistCommented:
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wmandallpAuthor Commented:
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