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I am using adobe 8.0.I wanted to copy an image from a pdf file.I also tried to turn on the select image feature by going to preferences->general.but to no avail.I am able to select text but not images.
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You cannot copy the image, but you can make a snapshot of the screen. Magnify the document as much as you like to see the image after copying, then press PrintScreen button on your keyboard. Now you can paste it into any program.

You might also load the PDF file into some image processing program to convert it into image file. For example Adobe Photoshop or IrfanView is able to do this. (IrfanView requires GhostScript plugin to open PDF files.)

Third solution is installing a special printer driver which is able to print into image file instead to real printer. But all I know requires registration or limited some way.

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