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How to remove images in PDF files

How to Remove Images in PDF Files

Have you ever wanted to get rid of unwanted images in a PDF file?  It seems quite complicated to do so, especially with PDF file format, unless you have a specialized PDF editing tool in hand. In this tutorial, we will show you an easy way to remove images in your file using the cool Wondershare PDFelement.

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First off, you need to have Wondershare PDFelement installed on your computer:

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Step 1: Run Wondershare PDFelement

Run the program by double-clicking on its desktop icon:

Run PDFelement

Click Open to import your file into the program.

Import PDF file

Step 2: Delete unwanted images

You file is now open in PDFelement. On the toolbar, click Edit Objects to switch it to editing function.

Edit objects

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At this point, if you click on any image, you can see a blue box bordered around it (1), so simply press Delete to remove it from your PDF file (2).

Blue border

Delete images

Tip: If you want to undo deleting step, click on Undo button (3), or use combined keys Ctrl+Z to get your images back.

Undo deleting image

Very simple, right? We hope you will have best edited PDF files used for any purpose ever!

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