How can one extract images from pdf using DC

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May 15, 2015 May 15, 2015

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It was an option in PRO

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Community Beginner , Nov 18, 2015 Nov 18, 2015
ToolsCreate customScroll left column to very bottomExpand Save and ExportVery last item, again, is EXPORT ALL IMAGESClick to move to right columnName the toolbar For extra ease of use – Click and drag the icon from the right menu to somewhere on your top toolbar to always have it handy.

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May 15, 2015 May 15, 2015

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Tools>Export PDF>Image

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Community Beginner ,
Nov 18, 2015 Nov 18, 2015

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I think Barry Rickert is asking how to extract the images from the PDF - not turn the page into an image.

In Acrobat X - it was easy - I even had a shortcut on my toolbar.

I have Acrobat Pro DC and I cannot find the option. One tutorial says Export>Image>(choose type) and click the gray gear next to the file type. I don't have a gray gear.

Frustrated.

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Nov 18, 2015 Nov 18, 2015

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Tools

Create custom

Scroll left column to very bottom

Expand Save and Export

Very last item, again, is EXPORT ALL IMAGES

Click to move to right column

Name the toolbar

For extra ease of use –

Click and drag the icon from the right menu to somewhere on your top toolbar to always have it handy.

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Mar 10, 2016 Mar 10, 2016

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THANK YOU, colleenc3691303 ! It works as magic!:)

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Community Beginner ,
Oct 12, 2016 Oct 12, 2016

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Yes, this is the correct answer to the question, not the one that Adobe has marked as the correct answer.

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Apr 01, 2021 Apr 01, 2021

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I was about to throw my computer out the window before I saw this solution. None of the forums have addressed this issue as clearly as this fix. Thank you so much for these instructions it worked perfectly.

 

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Jan 03, 2016 Jan 03, 2016

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I can't believe this got so difficult !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

I used this about 100 times a day in Acrobat 10

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Explorer ,
Jul 02, 2018 Jul 02, 2018

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This is not good. Used the answer marked as correct answer. It has now deleted all my previous tools, and now I'm only left with Export images under tools. Where have all my other tools gone?

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Jul 02, 2018 Jul 02, 2018

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Click the Customize button above Tools and select Default Tools.

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Jul 02, 2018 Jul 02, 2018

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Thanks, I've found them now. Bit hasty in my harsh judgement!

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Adobe Community Professional ,
Jul 02, 2018 Jul 02, 2018

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What can you see when you click on Tools?

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Nov 04, 2019 Nov 04, 2019

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I created an account just to tell you thanks for the instructions. I never would have found that on my own!

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Apr 12, 2020 Apr 12, 2020

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Fantastic! Thanks very much!

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Sep 03, 2020 Sep 03, 2020

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The instructions worked well, thank you, but let me be honest, the structuring of the actual message had me like ???? for at least 5 minutes.

 

So, for those used to textbook-style Adobe software instructions:

1. In the top bar of Acrobat DC, go to Tools. 

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2. Scroll all the way down to the bottom of the page and look on the left-hand side, select 'Create Custom Tool'. If you don't have this tool already added, click 'Add' and after it installs, then click 'Open'. Screen Shot 2020-09-03 at 10.09.11 AM.png

3. In the Create Custom Tool, on the left-hand side column, scroll all the way down and select 'Save & Export' > 'Export All Images'.

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4. Now Select 'Add to Custom Set' or the button in the middle with the arrow pointing to the right column to add this tool to your toolbar. Enter a name for it and click 'Save'.

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5. Go to the PDF you want to extract from, you will see your new tool on the toolbar, right under Create Custom Tool. Click the tool, and now you can save the photos!

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