How to export all images at once from Excel?
If there are lots of pictures in your workbook which you want to save them into a specific folder at once, normally, you can copy one picture and paste it to the Paint, and then save it. But this is time-consuming for repeated copying-pasting. Here, I will introduce you some tricks to solve this job.
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To extract all images from the workbook, you can save the workbook as Web Page, and all the pictures including charts, shapes and other objects will be saved into a folder as well.
1. Open your workbook which contains the pictures that you want to save.
2. Click File > Save As, in the Save As window, specify a folder to put the exported file, and then click the Save as type drop down list to choose Web Page, see screenshot:
3. And then click Save button, go to the specified folder, you will see there are two files, one is the HTML format file, and another is a folder which contains the pictures, charts or other objects from the workbook.
4. Then you can drag only the images to other folder as you need.
The above method may extract all objects from the workbook, maybe, some of them that you don’t need, if you have Kutools for Excel installed in Excel, its Export Graphics feature may help you to save only the pictures that you need.
After installing Kutools for Excel, please do as follows:
1. Click Enterprise > Import / Export > Export Graphics, see screenshot:
2. In the Export Graphics dialog box:
(1.) Choose Pictures option from the Types drop down list;
(2.) Click button to select a folder to save your exporting pictures;
(3.) Finally, click the drop down list form the Export format to choose one format for your picture.
3. And then click OK to close the dialog, and only the pictures in your current workbook are exported to your specified folder, see screenshots:
Please click Export Graphics to know more about this feature.