On Thursday 24 November 2005 1:02 pm, Simon Budig wrote:
> Steve Graham ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote:
> > I split a pdf file into 4 jpegs by using the File/Acquire/Screen Shot
> > option to get one then scrolling down the pdf and repeating the process.
> > I now wish to create a single jpeg of all 4 of them. This I have no idea
> > how to accomplish. I have tried pulling one into GIMP and expanding the
> > work area to paste in the second but that did not work.
> > Can someone please give a pointer on how to do this? Or perhaps a URL?
> I'd suggest to open the PDF from within the GIMP. This should save you
> the work of aligning the screenshots.
> However, if this for some reason does not work, open the individual
> jpegs and the layer dialog. Then drag the layers from three of the
> images to the remaining image, you get an image with multiple layers.
> You can use the move tool to adjust the images, you need to resize the
> canvas to make them all fit in the image though.
> I hope this helps,
Thanks for the idea. Opened the pdf in Gimp and saved it as a jpeg. Took
care of the conversion and now the file was small enough to upload.
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