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Tips to Convert PDF Document to Image Files (jpeg,png,gif)

You might have seen users many times converting a PDF document to an image file; however, do you really understand the reason behind it? At times, the entire PDF document might not work or you just need a few images from the PDF document; in such cases, it is good to perform such conversion. Now, it comes to a solution that could provide a successful and accurate conversion. The post provides you various ways for converting PDF document to image files along with the steps to perform to accomplish the task; go through the following.

Adobe Acrobat Pro
Launch Adobe Acrobat ProOpen PDF document in Adobe Acrobat.In the menu, click 'File'; from the displayed list, click 'Save as'.In the appeared dialog box, specify a name for your document, and then choose JPEG, JPEG2000, TIFF, or PNG in the 'Save as type'.Click 'Save'
The image of the selected type will be saved at the desired location on your computer. Note that the free version of Acrobat will not convert th…

Things you Need to be Careful about while Installing Multiple Versions of MS Word on a Single Computer

All of you must be familiar with Microsoft Office Word (or MS Word) as a word processor from Microsoft. In fact, MS Word is one of the prominent components of MS Office suite, which not only is used at corporate level, but typical home users use it as well for their personal and professional works. Today, since different versions MS Word (i.e. MS Word 2013, 2010, 2007, 2003, and a few earlier versions) are available, people upgrade to a newer version whenever it is available to them.

However, people do have more than one version of MS Word (i.e. multiple versions of MS Office) installed on their computer. It may sound awkward, but yes, it is true that you too may need to install multiple versions of MS Word on your computer. Do you wonder why? Well, suppose you prepare your college assignment on MS Word 2007, which you have to submit to your tutor via email. Likewise, some students may create their assignment on MS Word 2010, whereas one or more may use Office 2003. After all students…

Conditional Formatting in Excel: How to Change the Background Color of Cells Based on Values in the Cell

Conditional formatting in MS Excel allows you to apply different formatting options on one cell or more cells with certain specified conditions. It is very helpful to identify the differences in a wide range of values at a glance. This feature in Excel gives you the ability to color rows, hide duplicate, hide errors and highlight items.
This article explains that how you can change the background color of cells according to their values.
Example: You have a spreadsheet of average marks obtained by students in a exam and you want to figure out overall performance quickly, then you can color each cell of average marks according to cell's value. It is the easiest way to see at a glance relevant marks.
I am just taking few names of students and their marks in particular subjects randomly.

In above example Overall Average is the average marks of students in their exam and you want to color background of these cells on the basis of their marks. So that you can easily figure out who is f…