I noticed today that when I open a PDF in Acrobat Pro 9 and save the page as a JPEG image, there is no ability to save the JPEG of the page with antialiasing. This seems odd and limits the usefulness of the command to me.
I have been in a few situations lately where I need to send someone a JPEG to use for web purposes, but I didn't have access to Illustrator to export an antialiased JPEG from the original art. I can't understand why you would want to export only aliased JPEGs of Acrobat PDF pages........anyone? Am I simply missing the option box during the Save command?...
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I'm talking about saving a VECTOR file that is a PDF into an anti-aliased JPEG. Sometimes, you want to save a JPEG of a vector PDF file that you did not create and for which you do not have the original.
For example, to save an entire 200-page PDF of technical drawings which you find on the web as a series of numbered, antialiased JPEGs automatically, in order to place them in a PowerPoint show. That's not "easy enough" in a "graphics package."