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How to export/save/convert tables as images in Word?

When you want to convert or save tables as images in a Word document, which way you will choose to get it done? Here I will show two tricks on converting tables to images for you.

Export tables as images with MS Paint in Word

Export tables as images with Kutools for Word


Export / Convert / Save all tables in a Word document as images:

To convert all tables in a Word document to images format, Kutools for Word's Export Table to Images feature can help you to solve this job as quickly as you can.

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Export tables as images with Paint in Word

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In Microsoft Word, you can use Microsoft Paint to export tables as images. Please do as follows:

1. Open the Word document, and scroll down the document until the tables are shown on the screen.

2. Click PrScrn (Print Screen/SysRq) button on the keyboard, and it will save a snapshot of your screen to clipboard.

3. Click Windows Start > All Programs > Windows Accessories > Paint to open the Microsoft Paint application. See screenshot:

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4. Press Ctrl + V to paste the snapshot into the canvas, and then click Select to select the range of the table that you want to export to image. See screenshot:

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5. Then right-click and select Crop from the context menu, see screenshot:

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6. Click File > Save as, and select one of the types you like from the picture formats. See screenshot:

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7. Then select a destination folder from the pop-up dialog and click Save to save the images.

Note: If you have lots of tables existing across the pages of the document. You need to repeat the above operation until all the tables are saved as pictures.


Export tables as images with Kutools for Word

If you need to export all tables as images at once from the whole document, the first method must be time-consuming. In this case, you can try out Kutools for Word's Export Table to Images utility.

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1. Click Enterprise > Export / Import > Export Table to Images. See screenshot:

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2. In the Export Table to Images dialog, click doc convert table to image 6 button to select a folder to save the converted tables beside the Path section, and specify image type and size from the Options section.  Check the Create index html option as you need. See screenshot:

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3. Click Export to start exporting, and then all tables in this ducument have been saved as iamges into the specific folder as you need, see screenshot:

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Note: This utility cannot export images in a selection. Click here to know more about Export Table to Images.

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Demo: Export tables to images from Word document

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