How to export/extract images from document in Word
If you have a document with images and you want to export all images from the document, can you quickly get it done? This tutorial will introduce several methods for you to achieve it.
This method is pretty simple and straightforward. You can get it done as follow steps:
1. Open the Word document with images in Microsoft Word, and click File > Save As. In the Save as type drop-down list box, select Web Page and click Save. See screenshot:
2. The file gets saved as a web page (.htm or .html) and the images in the document get placed in a folder named image file in the same location as the web page. See screenshot:
Exporting images by the above method is a little complex and it just can export the images from as web page. However, Kutools for Word's Export Images utility not only can export images, but also can export images as several types such as Bmp, Emf, Gif, Png and so on.
Step 1. Click Enterprise > Export/Import > Export Images. See screenshot:
Step 2. After applying the utility, the Export Images dialog popping up. Please select a folder to save the exported images from Path section, and then select an image type you want to save from the drop-down list box of Image Type. See screenshot:
Step 3. Click Export.
Note: It will create an index html in order to help you easily search for the exported images after you check Create index html. box in the Export Images dialog.
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