Customer Questions and Answers

Customer Questions and Answers

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Question:

Can anybody tell me if there’s a possibility to save my PDF files as JPEGs while also keeping the original document resolution? I tried converting them via Preview on my Mac but the result was disappointing...

Answer:

By David on March 27, 2018

I’m afraid in your case the only option is using an external application. I suggest you trying the altoconvertpdftojpg.com web app. It's totally free and you don’t need to download or install anything. Just upload your pdf, choose the pages you wish to convert and it’s done! Anyway, good luck with this!

Question:

I have a rather large PDF file here, almost 100 pages. Is there a convenient option to change my document format to JPG so each page could be viewed as a picture?

Answer:

By Alexander on March 08, 2018

No worries! In fact, it doesn’t really matter how large your document is. Try converting your file to JPG via altoconvertpdftojpg.com and see how simple it can be. You can convert the whole document or work on it page by page. I hope you’ll find it useful!

Question:

Hi everybody! I have a scanned JPG image with my signature in it, and I want to use it for my PDF document. What is the best way to do that?

Answer:

By Elias on April 22, 2018

The best option to do so would be altoconvertpdftojpg.com. You can not only convert files with it but apply a lot of useful instruments to your PDF document after the conversion is finished. Including adding an image with your signature of course!

Question:

I have a couple of pdf forms here which I want to fill in and send to my business partner so he could view it on his Android smartphone (I use a Mac OS). What is the best way to do that?

Answer:

By Iris on May 19, 2018

If you and you colleague use different platforms to view your documents, I suggest you converting them to images first. Try altoconvertpdftojpg.com. With this site you can not only change your PDF but keep editing it or apply some of their instruments to your newly created JPEG file.

Question:

How do I batch merge multiple PDF files into multiple JPEG files? What is the quickest way to do that? Free online tools are preferred!

Answer:

By Brian on May 08, 2018

Go to altoconvertpdftojpg.com, add your PDFs from a hard disk or cloud storage, or wherever you keep them, and click Convert Now. After the conversion is over, you will see a link to a ZIP file where all your newly created JPEGs are stored. Now, simply download and unpack it. Oh, and btw everything on this site is 100% free.