Since vector images can be extract pages from pdf free in PDFs, it is possible to extract these graphics if they are required for use elsewhere. As vector images do not distort when resized, they can be useful when something has to be printed in a large format.
For example, if a company logo has to be printed and no other sources are available, the PDF containing the company profile can be used to extract the image. While most image editing programs can extract an image from a PDF document, only vector graphics editors such as Inkscape and Illustrator will be able to save the resulting image as a vector.
Launch Inkscape and click “File” and then “Open” to select the PDF file containing the vector graphic. Select the page containing the vector graphic and then click “OK” on the “PDF Import Settings” window. Right-click the vector graphic and click “Ungroup” from the pop-up menu.
This splits the image up into its vector components so you can extract the parts you require. Click and drag your cursor over the part of the image you want to extract.