PDF files are great for storing documents, but sometimes you need to export specific text or images from a PDF document into another file. In this article, we'll show you how to select and extract text and images from a PDF file using Wide Angle PDF Converter.
Quick guide - how to select and export text and images from a PDF:
Many times, you may only need to copy or reference a couple of lines of a PDF document, so it makes sense that you should be able to extract this small section for use in other applications or files.
Wide Angle PDF Converter allows you to copy text from PDF easily.
Highlight the text or image which you'd like to copy to your clipboard, then hit Copy to Clipboard
Once the selection has been copied, it's usable in any application which allows you to copy/paste. Simply right-click and paste the selection from your clipboard into any other application or document.
Export Text from PDF to computer
You can export text from a PDF to a text file (.txt) on your computer. Using this feature, you can extract a key part of a PDF, without any other text or images.
To do this, highlight a portion of text from your PDF (using the Select Tool), then click "Export Text".
You'll be prompted to select a destination on your computer to save the exported text file to.
Once a destination has been selected, hit "Save".
Export Photos from PDF to computer
Using PDF Converter, you can extract images from PDF documents.
Export a single image: highlight an image from your PDF (using the Select Tool), then click "Export Photo".
Extract all images: click "Extract All Images".
You'll be prompted to select a destination on your computer to save the exported photos to. Here, you can also choose whether to save your images in PNG format or JPG format (using the "Save as type" dropdown box).