Adobe Acrobat Reader is a free program to let you view Portable Document Files (PDFs) created by Adobe Acrobat and other desktop publishing programs. PDFs were created to protect information from being altered and were once considered a secure way to share information under copyright or otherwise protected as proprietary information. Technology and public demand have advanced PDF development to include the ability to copy and paste images from Adobe Acrobat Documents.
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Things you need
- Adobe Acrobat Reader 9 or upgrade
Open the Adobe Acrobat Reader software.
Within the Adobe Acrobat Reader toolbar with text options, click on FILE.
Select the option to OPEN the PDF document with the desired images to copy and paste.
Use the computer mouse to left click on the image. A blue transparent box with a black border will appear over the selected image.
Right click over the image. A small box will appear with the option to Copy Image. Left click on this box or use your keyboard Ctrl+C to copy the image to the computer's internal clip board.
Paste image into a document. Open your word processor program. Move the mouse to the desired location to place the image. Right click the mouse to reveal actions including Paste. Click on the option to paste or use the keyboard Ctrl+V to paste the image into the document.
Our you can paste the image into an image editing program. Open your preferred image editing program. Move the mouse to the desired location in the workspace to place the image. Right click the mouse to reveal actions including Paste. Click on the option to paste or use the keyboard Ctrl+V.
Copy and Paste From Adobe Acrobat Document
Tips and warnings
- Some of the most popular image editing and drawing programs for images include MS Paint, Photoshop and GIMP. These programs will allow you to crop or visually alter images before saving them in a variety of formats including JPEG, GIF and PNG.
- Images included in Adobe Acrobat Documents or other pdf documents are most likely under a copyright from the original publisher. Do not attempt to resell or copyright original images under penalty of law.
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