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Subject: Re: Install of PDF Image Extractor

Date: Thu, 16 Oct 2008 19:23:39 +0200

PDF Files is the pdf containing the images you want to extract. Click the browse button to locate the pdf file.

Output folder: This is where the extracted images will be saved.

Base file names: Each image will be named like this, plus an index number. This field is optional since the program, will automatically fill it out with a suitable name.

I hope this helps!

// Dan


Norris wrote:
> Gentlemen,
>
> I have an issue when it comes to " What PDF document do you want to extract images from, and where should the wizard place the extracted image files?"
>
> If the Installation is going to my "C drive" what procedure should I follow?
>
> PDF file:
> _______________ Browse
>
>
> Output folder:
> _________________Browse
>
> Base name for images:
> document
>
> I cannot get the proper input to the wizard.
>
> Thank you,
>
> Norris
>
>
>
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