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silverado4

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I have a PDF file with color, and I would like to change that to a word excel or jpg (best) and keep the aspect ratios when I increase the size so I can print in color. Do you have any suggestions on what to do? I have windows 7 64 bit system.
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Are there any good free pdf converters out there, or does windows 7 have one?
 

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Irfanview with the ghostscript add on ... can open a pdf and save it as an Image format of your choice and probably do the editing you need.
Photoshop or Elements can also open a pdf and do what you need, if you have either
 

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I'll look into these answers, it's a picture in a pdf, I'll try a PNG if that doesn't work, I'll try the tracker, don't understand the MSI part though, Thanks again.
 

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The msi bit is advising you to download the .msi version of any software if it is available rather than just an .exe or a .zip
That is to help evade any added crapware that might otherwise be included in the download/install
 
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Yes the .msi version has no crapware added.

But you need to install from an Admin account. You can not use the run-as but need to login to the admin account to install the .msi.

Also if you're using it then go to edit, preferences, registration and check the box to hide PRO for Free version so you will not see thing and click that will only work in the paid Pro version.
 
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