How do I output a few PDF pages at 72dpi as images

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Jun 30, 2022 Jun 30, 2022

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How do I output a few PDF pages at 72dpi? I have 12 pages that were created in Illustrator on 12 artboards, which are then converted to a PDF. I open the PDF in Acrobat Pro and Export ... To Image. I now have 12 jpegs at 200 dpi. I could change each one into 72dpi in Photoshop but is there an easier way by changing the resolution in Illustrator or Acrobat so that I don't have to use Photoshop?

 

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Adobe Community Professional , Jun 30, 2022 Jun 30, 2022

Acrobat Pro : Preferences

 

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Use Photoshop completely, not Acrobat. Open the PDF choosing a resolution. 

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Acrobat Pro : Preferences

 

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You are a god, thank you!

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Hey, as long as you were in Illustrator, why not do it in Illustrator and save yourself all this flipping around. From Illustrator, Go to File (menu) -> Export Select JPG and get this:

 

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I have to do it this way because my client can only edit text in Acrobat because not familiar with Illustrator or Photoshop, otherwise, your suggestion is perfect.

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