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I have a pdf file which contain text, image and text as :

text ....
My image
text ...

how can i do to print just the image on latex ?

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Sorry I do not understand the question. Do you have the tex-file? And do not want to compile the test parts? Then just remove the text in the tex-file. Or just comment it out. – Jana Jan 21 '13 at 15:10
If all you have is the pdf document you can cut the image from the pdf and save it as a jpg or png to include in your LaTeX source with \includegraphics. – Ethan Bolker Jan 21 '13 at 15:14
You may try pdfpages insert the page and clip the page just to have the image. – Harish Kumar Jan 21 '13 at 15:18
You would only need pdfpages if the final image exceeds the usual text width/height. If not, a simple \includegraphics[trim='left'cm 'bottom'cm 'right'cm 'top'cm,clip]{myfigure.pdf} will do the trick. Any dimension is allowed, but this is a bit tricky, to get right. I suggest an \fbox{} around the figure, if there is white around it in the input file. – DennisH Jan 21 '13 at 15:39
You can use \includegraphics with trim and clip options. – Paul Gaborit Jan 21 '13 at 15:39

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