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convert pdf image into jpegs (keep the hyperlinks)

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how can i convert this pdf into two jpeg files that still have the hyperlinks? Or, I just need it in some format where the links are preserved and I can upload it into web site...I also have powerpoint file that might work to convert to jpeg?
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Images are just collections of pixels (or dots).

If you want something you can click on and get sent to a page, save it as HTML.

HTH,
Dan
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Thanks Dan. But, I am using slide.es, and need to upload an image into that, not an .html file. Seems like there is no way to do this?
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Dan Craciun earned 2000 total points
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slide.es says it's for sale.

If it only accepts images, you'll lose your links.
You can export the presentation as HTML using Powerpoint up to 2007 (2010 and 2013 lost that option) or using Open/LibreOffice.

You can also export as a single image and then create an image map in HTML.
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