Inserting a PDF file into Publisher – Microsoft Community

Insert, Object, create from file, browse to the PDF. The Object command is right of Insert file command. I think the 'save as PDF' add in is installed with Office 2010. If some how it wasn't the download is here: https://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyId=4D951911-3E7E-4AE6-B059-A2E79ED87041&displaylang=en I have found that if you are using Adobe Reader that you can just click on the 'snapshot tool', left click and draw around the content on the page that you want to convert to an image. If you need you can keep the left key down and push the cursor against the bottom of the page to scroll down so you can capture the entire page into the 'clipboard'. Then depending upon what you have to work with open an image editor such as Photoshop Elements and File &gt, new from clipboard and you can crop, edit and clean it up and then save it in the image format that you prefer. PNG is usually a pretty good one. If you don't have Photoshop Elements you can download Irfanview, Paint.net or one of the other freebie image editors. In Irfanview you simply paste the clipboard contents. You could also just go directly to your Pubisher page and Edit &gt, paste special and paste as an image directly on the page or within a picture box. This way may be the fastest but you probably will end up with lower quality results than if you edit the image first in an image editor. And of course if your pdf file is just text then click the 'Select Text tool' and select the text you want to copy and paste into a text box on the Publisher page. This is preferable to converting to an image as you will then be able to edit the text. And my favorite way of doing this is to use SnagIt , a great screen capture program. It isn't free but I use it all the time for all kinds of things and find it worth the investment. There is a 30 day trial I believe: http://www.techsmith.com/snagit.html Insert, Object, create from file, browse to the PDF. The Object command is right of Insert file command. I think the 'save as PDF' add in is installed with Office 2010. If some how it wasn't the download is here: https://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyId=4D951911-3E7E-4AE6-B059-A2E79ED87041&displaylang=en There may not be enough disk space, or there may be a problem with the server program. To make more disk space available, delete some uneeded files from your hard disk. If you suspect a problem with the server program, try reinstalling it. Then try the task again.' What? I just purchased Publisher to do a school newsletter. I need to insert pdf files. I don't know how ot reinstall a server program (nor do I even know what that is). Help! I have found that if you are using Adobe Reader that you can just click on the 'snapshot tool', left click and draw around the content on the page that you want to convert to an image. If you need you can keep the left key down and push the cursor against the bottom of the page to scroll down so you can capture the entire page into the 'clipboard'. Then depending upon what you have to work with open an image editor such as Photoshop Elements and File &gt, new from clipboard and you can crop, edit and clean it up and then save it in the image format that you prefer. PNG is usually a pretty good one. If you don't have Photoshop Elements you can download Irfanview, Paint.net or one of the other freebie image editors. In Irfanview you simply paste the clipboard contents. You could also just go directly to your Pubisher page and Edit &gt, paste special and paste as an image directly on the page or within a picture box. This way may be the fastest but you probably will end up with lower quality results than if you edit the image first in an image editor. And of course if your pdf file is just text then click the 'Select Text tool' and select the text you want to copy and paste into a text box on the Publisher page. This is preferable to converting to an image as you will then be able to edit the text. And my favorite way of doing this is to use SnagIt , a great screen capture program. It isn't free but I use it all the time for all kinds of things and find it worth the investment. There is a 30 day trial I believe: http://www.techsmith.com/snagit.html I appreciate you taking the time to post your feedback, but which option did you find the 'best'? I described several. Source.


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