If you want a page image, then use
and drag the mouse over what you want to save into the paste buffer.
Open an editor (like MS Word, or Word-Pad, or Paint) and paste the image into it.
If you want the text and the PDF is in text format, Highlight what you want and paste it into Word or Word-Pad and save.
Using a PSD file to make a page image There are several programs for importing and exporting, and even more programs for creating page images. The best one for me was Freed. In order to do this, you can either copy the page from a digital folder on your computer to a Windows-format folder, for example: C:/Documents and Settings/Panel Dziubczyk/My Documents\My Page or C:/Documents and Settings/Panel Dziubczyk/Documents and Settings/My Pages\My Page or Open an editor (like MS Word, or Word-Pad, or Paint) and choose File →Save As and make the folder. You can open a Freed folder with Word or Word-Pad, or paint with Paint. 4. Using a PDF to make a page image. Another option is to select the picture and make a PDF from it. If you use a PSD and use the “Use Acrobat Reader as Document Reader” setting for printing, then you can simply copy the image and paste it into a PDF, as shown below:.