Get a PDF with all pages printed to a single JPG file, or to JPG pages one at a time (without paper on the pages). Use the converter (convert or other) to convert it to an image you can then paste on a PDF page. There are many similar posts here: The tutorial of my previous convert-to-png blog post is located here: Convert to PNG — Ubuntu tutorial How to convert a PDF page on Windows I have some PDFs that I want to convert to PNG and convert again to JPG with gimp. This article will help on this. I found some tutorials on Google regarding this issue, but they were quite old (I found one of them here). You might have to adapt to your own device, but I will try to explain the steps in this post. How to Convert a page in Windows into PNG for the conversion of PDF to JPG? Step 1: Open the PDF in Windows Use the following command to open the PDF document. Open -a PDF -o “path to the converted file in PNG format” You will see a window like this — click on “Browse for file or directory”. This will open a new location containing all the pages in the PDF. Here you can choose how you want to open the converted file in the destination. You can place any file of “PDF” and then right click on that file and choose “Open with “. You can also use the open command. Furthermore, you will see a window like this — scroll to location which is the “path to the converted file in PNG format”. You can choose this option to put in all the pages with all the images. If you wish to only put any one page in PNG format, you will have to select that particular page separately. This is useful if you want to save it as a PNG image and then move it to another folder. Step 2: Choose the method to convert the page to PNG Step 3: Save the converted PNG image file and close windows For this step, you will have to close all your windows. It's important. If you don't have all these windows closed in one window, you will have a huge file or a mess in which you don't understand. Here is how to save your PNG image files to a folder.