PDF files are great for exchanging formatted files across platforms and between folks who don't use the same software. But sometimes we need to be able to take images or text out of a PDF file and use it in web pages, word processing documents, PowerPoint presentations, or in desktop publishing software.
PDF Copy Paste software allows you crop out the text, picture, image, photo, chart, and other graphical elements from PDF files. Simply use your cursor to draw out a rectangle around the area you want to crop, press Ctrl-C, and the text in your selected area will be copied to Windows clipboard; press Ctrl-X, and the selected area will be copied as an image to Windows clipboard. You can save your selection to a JPG, BMP, GIF, PNG, TIFF, EMF, WMF, or EPS file if you press Ctrl-S.
The software brings a new cropping method to PDF professionals, Quick Save, which enables you to bypass the annoying Save-As-File dialog and save your PDF pages or cropped portion as image files in your preferred output ...
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