The Picture Tasks feature enables you to export pictures from PDF files as individual JPEG image files. Using photo editors installed with your operating system you can edit the exported images without having to purchase an image editor. You might have images that need contrast adjustments or
To export images using Picture Tasks:
Photo-finishing centers can use Adobe Reader for commercial photo printing without having to purchase Adobe Acrobat Standard or Professional or a PDF creator that converts image file formats to PDF. Clients need to submit PDF documents directly to the vendor. Using Picture Tasks, you export the pictures; the files are all saved as JPEG images. Service centers using professional photo-imaging equipment can directly download the JPEG images to the imaging device. When the pictures are exported using the Picture Tasks menu command, the files retain their original resolution.
Exporting and Editing Pictures
You may have a PDF document supporting Picture Tasks and want to print some or all of the images to a desktop printer. Prior to printing you may also want to edit the pictures for contrast adjustment, cropping, compositing, adding text, or a host of other reasons.
The Picture Tasks pull-down menu offers a quick and efficient way of exporting pictures and opening them in a program you use to edit photos.
To export and edit photos from a PDF document supporting Picture Tasks:
If you use Adobe Photoshop CS or Adobe Photoshop Elements to edit your pictures, you can export from both programs back to a PDF slide show that can be opened in Adobe Reader. Both programs offer you more transition effects than Adobe Reader Picture Tasks.