How to adjust the Snapshot pixel resolution in Adobe Acrobat Reader

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Do you regularly need to capture images from PDF Files using Adobe Acrobat viewer? This tip will help you to keep those images looking sharp!

I came across this tip from Frank Kellog as a comment on a PDF data extraction tip on the CADalyst site:

‘A setting I recently found in Adobe, is under Edit | Preferences | General, there is an option to set the snapshot tool resolution to a fixed number. I use 300pixels/inch’

The Adobe Acrobat Reader Preferences

300 PPI is a good resolution for printed images. 96PPI would be fine for on-line documents.

The Adobe Acrobat Reader Fixed pixel resolution

You can now use the Marque snap shot tool to capture images from a PDF file at a vastly improved quality.

The Adobe Acrobat Marquee select snapshot tool

 

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