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Convert a Single PDF Page to JPG on MAC


Convert a Single PDF Page to JPG

To convert a single select page from your PDF to JPG, use Mac’s built-in Preview app.

Start by opening the folder that has your PDF file in Finder.

Locate the PDF file in Finder.

Right-click your PDF file and select Open With > Preview from the menu.

Right-click the PDF file in Finder and select Open With > Preview.

In Preview, select the PDF page that you want to turn into JPG. Then, from the menu bar, select File > Export.

Select File > Export in Preview.

You’ll see Preview’s export window. At the top of this window, click the “Export As” field and type a name for your converted JPG file. Then, select a folder in which to save your file.

In the bottom part of the export window, click the “Format” drop-down menu and choose “JPEG.” Drag the “Quality” slider to the left to lower your resulting file’s quality, or drag it to the right to increase the file quality.

Optionally, click the “Resolution” field and enter a value. You probably don’t need to change this, however.

Then, at the bottom of the export window, click “Save” to save your file.

Enter resulting JPG file's details in Preview.

Preview will convert your selected PDF page to JPG. You’ll find the resulting JPG file in your specified folder.

A PDF page turned into JPG in a Finder window.

And that’s how you selectively turn a PDF page into JPG on your Mac!

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