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I love Paint.Net and would never start Photoshop again except for one factor: I frequently need to open PDFs and save them as JPEGS. Paint.Net doesn't seem to have that capability and I've not found a plug-in that provides it.

Am I missing something?

Is there any chance this capability will -- or could be -- incorporated in future?

Sincere thanks for this fabulous software.

Mark

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I love Paint.Net and would never start Photoshop again except for one factor: I frequently need to open PDFs and save them as JPEGS. Paint.Net doesn't seem to have that capability and I've not found a plug-in that provides it.

Am I missing something?

Is there any chance this capability will -- or could be -- incorporated in future?

Sincere thanks for this fabulous software.

Mark

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No, unfortunately PDN does not open PDFs and is unlikely to ever have it built in. A plugin, if somebody codes one, will be your best bet if you ever want to do that in PDN.

However, on a bright note the internet is littered with programs that can do exactly that, have a browse on download.com or softpedia.org or just try Google.

Hope this helps.

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No, unfortunately PDN does not open PDFs and is unlikely to ever have it built in. A plugin, if somebody codes one, will be your best bet if you ever want to do that in PDN.

However, on a bright note the internet is littered with programs that can do exactly that, have a browse on download.com or softpedia.org or just try Google.

Hope this helps.

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Thanks for your kind advice.

You're right about there being bazillions of PDF software packages available on the web, and I've previously looked for what I needed about that many times, without success. Lotsa of stuff that writes and edits PDFs, and splits and melds and translates to HTML, and more -- but never found one that would open a PDF and export it as a JPEG.

But your message inspired me to get out there and look some more and, yes, I did find one (PDF2ImagePDF) -- just one, but that's all it takes -- and downloaded it and found it does the job.

So, thank you for giving of your time and advice, and putting a smile on my emoticon. :D

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