Yesterday I wanted to link up with Monday Made It hosted by 4th Grade Frolics. I had tweaked some word work games and created some homework menus and wanted to share them. I inserted the links for all of my shared google documents and thought-Wow that looks blah! I decided it would look better with pictures of my documents but wasn't sure how to do that. I new they need to be jpg format to insert them to my post, but wasn't sure how to do that. After a bit of searching I discovered how to convert PDFs to JPGs. Here are the steps:
1. Download your google document as a pdf. Go to File: Download as: PDF
2. Find an online PDF converter. I used pdf2jpg.net.
3. Click on Choose a PDF file and find the file you wish to convert. Open the file and then click the Convert PDF to JPG button.
3. Click download and then proceed to insert your newly created JPG document.
I also learned as I was putting together this post that hitting command+shift+3 will take a screenshot! You learn something new everyday! Have a great Tuesday!