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Extract Images from PDF Files

Have you ever needed to extract images from a PDF file? This might be easy for one image, but for tens of images in one or multiple PDF files, you need to do this automatically. There are free simple tools that make the process easier and faster.

1- ExtractPDF

With this free online tool ExtractPDF.com, you can extract images or text from a PDF document with size up to 10mb. Just upload your PDF file or enter a URL to the PDF, and click “Send File”. In a few seconds of uploading and processing, you find the extracted data in the tabbed pane.

The first tab is called “Images” and it includes all the images found in the PDF file. You can check them online or you can click an image to download it to your computer; you can also use the button “Download all images as zip file”.

The second tab is called “Text” and it displays the first lines of the PDF file. If you need to download the whole text, use the button “Download result as file”. There are two other tabs for “Fonts” and “Metadata”.

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2- Free PDF Image Extractor 4dots

If you rather prefer a desktop application, you can use Free PDF Image Extractor 4dots which enables users to extract images from PDF files and export the images to 18 different image formats.

Simply, drag and drop the PDF files or their enclosing folders to the application interface, or use the buttons “Add file” or “Add Folder”, and then click “Extract Images”. You can even use the context menu in Windows Explorer by right-clicking files and selecting “Extract Images from PDF”.

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Note: During installation, make sure to select “custom” installation to uncheck extra suggested applications.

 

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