load picture into website

Asked by Sheryl A. MIller on 2011-07-24

I just joined a social networking site & I am trying to load my picture on my profile. It is a pdf file & I need to change it to a jpeg.

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You can install imagemagick and you can do it with:

convert filname.pdf outputfilename.jpg

How do I get to imagemagick? Assume I know nothing because that is pretty
much the case. I don't understand because I was able to put the picture on
my facebook page.

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You can install imagemagick in the Software Center. If you prefer a tool that is graphical rather than command-line, you might want to use GIMP to perform the conversion. GIMP is provided by the package called gimp and it can also be installed in the Software Center.

Its a package like any other you can install. Using imagemagic will install less than if you install Gimp. Depends how much drive space you have to use.

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