How to Extract PDF Pages
There’s nothing like receiving a 500+ word PDF file when you only need information from one or two pages. Downloading may be an issue when you don’t have the data to support it and even transferring it might be an issue if there’s no space on your USB drive. Luckily, there are a large number of methods available for us to use to extract PDF pages from their full documents. Today we’ll be learning how to extract a PDF document on multiple platforms. So, let’s get started.
How to extract PDF Pages Online
The first option is by far the easiest, assuming you have a strong enough internet connection, as this will involve uploading and downloading data.
Extracting PDF pages online has become a lot easier due to the development of technology, especially on the web. There exist a large range of website to choose from that serve the purpose of extracting PDF pages that you need.
Some of the website available are as follows:
Although these are my preferences, you are free to search for more alternatives. These are sites that are trusted by most Internet anti-virus software packages.
How to Extract PDF Pages to MS Word
When you’re looking to extract PDF pages to Microsoft Office Word, you’re given more than one option. First is the easiest, which is to enlist the services of the internet. There are websites available that dedicated https://www.wikihow.com/Extract-Pages-from-a-PDF-Document-to-Create-a-New-PDF-Document to extracting PDF pages to Word. If you’re not anywhere near an internet connection, the second option might be more suited to help you.
Our second method includes the following steps:
- Step 1 – Move your cursor to the selection tool and click it.
- Step 2 – Make sure you click from the first word you want to include and drag the cursor all across the text you wish to export. Ensure that everything highlighted is, in fact, what you’d like to extract from the PDF.
- Step 3 – With your cursor, right-click above the highlighted/selected text.
- Step 4 – After the drop-down menu appears, click on the Export Selection As…’ option. An export Selection As’ dialog box should appear shortly.
- Step 5 – In the ile Name’ input box, type the file’s new name.
- Step 6 – Ensure that the ave as type’ dropdown list has ord Document’ selected. There’s usually an array of Word document file extension options available. Confirm that your MS Word is compatible with all available options
- Step 7 – Click on the ave’ button.
Once all these steps have been followed, locate the folder that you saved the new file in, you can open it up and it’ll open in MS Word. The layout should be the same format that PDF had.
How to Extract PDF Images on MS Windows
There isn’t any single way of extracting PDF images, which makes this process less difficult than it otherwise has to be. With the various options you have, the best way to do this is all up to you. I’ll show you the one that takes the least amount of effort.
Taking a Standard Screenshot:
- Step 1 – Open the PDF document with the image you want. Scroll down the PDF until the image is in clear view, unobstructed by any other active windows.
- Step 2 – On your keyboard, look for a key that says rt sc’ (This short-hand for the print screen) and presses it once.
- Step 3 – Open the program called aint’.
- Step 4 – Right-click on the clear white panel and from the drop-down menu select the paste’ option. This should immediately paste the entire screen’s screenshot.
- Step 5 – Click on the Rectangular Selection Tool’ then click and select your desired image.
- Step 6 – Once the desired image has been selected, click on the top’ function. This should delete any unwanted section of the screenshot and leave only the selected image behind.
- Step 7 – once you’re satisfied with the final image, go toile’ and choose ave As’ in the drop-down menu.
- Step 8 – In the ile Name’ input box, type the file’s new name.
After following all these steps, you should have successfully extracted your PDF image successfully.