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I need to download Image responses from a Fillable PDF. I have been testing to no avail.

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I keep getting the dialogue box to browse as if I am adding the file.  How do I save?

 

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I need to download Image responses from a Fillable PDF. I have been testing to no avail.

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I keep getting the dialogue box to browse as if I am adding the file.  How do I save?

 

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When the form is submitted to e.g. a  web page via FDF,  you can extract the image data. I am not aware of a simple way to get the image data from a form locally, that is without custom software. 

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Thank you! So if I have a publicly available One Drive Folder, can I send the responses there to get the image data?

 

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No, it's unfortunately not that simple. When you submit a form to a web server using the FDF format, you would then have to parse that data and extract the information. You would then have access to the form data, including the image data. I am saying "image data" because it would not be an image file. You would have to convert the data from the FDF to e.g. a JPEG file. 

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You can flatten the file and then extract all the images from it.

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Thank you,  I was able to flatten it, but how would I extract the images?

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Search the Tools panel for "Export all images".

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