Favorite Feature Friday – How Can I Copy a Part of My PDF?

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Have you ever looked at a PDF and wished you could copy just a little piece of it, say a toilet symbol, so you can use it elsewhere? Then, I have good news for you, because the Snapshot tool does exactly that!

With Revu’s Snapshot tool, you can copy any portion of a PDF, such as a logo, symbol, text or image, and paste it back into the PDF or another Windows application that supports an image, such as Microsoft Office.

To use it, select Edit > Snapshot.

Edit Toolbar

 

Then click and drag a rectangle around the area you wish to copy. Releasing the mouse button will take the snapshot.

Snapshot in action

The selected content is saved to the clipboard, maintaining the vector data and image quality of the original. You can paste the saved image by right-clicking where you want to place it and choosing Paste.

Simple, eh? Wait, it gets better. Since pasting that snapshot automatically adds the image to your Recent Tools, just drag it into My Tools to add it to your Tool Chest arsenal. Now you can use it over and over again.

Toilets Everywhere

Toilets everywhere, yay!

 

To learn more about the Snapshot tool, check out this support article. Happy snapping!

Until next time,

Jenn

 

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