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How to save all images in a Word document?

If there are lots of pictures in your Word document, now, you want to save all these images into a folder at once. How could you save all the images without save them one by one in a Word file?

Save all images in a Word document with Save As feature

Save all images in a Word document by changing the file extension

Save all images in a Word document with Kutools for Word


Save or export all images from a Word document into a folder:

To save or copy all pictures within a Word document into a specific folder, the Kutools for Word's Export Images feature can help you to finish this job as quickly as you can.

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Save all images in a Word document with Save As feature

The Save As feature can help you to save all images into a folder as once, please do as this:

1. Open the document that you want to save all images, and then click File > Save As, in the Save As dialog box, choose a folder to save this file, and then select Web Page (*.htm;*.html) option from the Save as type drop down list, see screenshot:

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2. Then click Save button, and then go to the folder you specified to save the new file, you would see a .htm file and the folder with the file name are created. See screenshot:

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3. Open the folder and you will see all images are listed there, see screenshot:

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Save all images in a Word document by changing the file extension

Here is another method for saving all pictures in a Word document, please do with the following steps:

1. Right-click the Word file that you want to save all images, and then choose Rename option, see screenshot:

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2. Then, you should change the file extension from docx to zip, see screenshot:

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3. Then press Enter key, and a warning message is popped out, please click Yes button, see screenshot:

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4. Then, right-click the zip file, and choose Extract to the file name. Now, open the folder you have extracted and go to Word > Media, all images in the file have been extracted at once in the Media folder, see screenshot:

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Save all images in a Word document with Kutools for Word

If you have Kutools for Word, with its Export Images feature, you can quickly export and save all images from a Word document.

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After installing Kutools for Word, please do as this:

1. Click Enterprise > Export / Import > Export Images, see screenshot:

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2. In the Export Images dialog box, click doc save all images 10 button to select a folder for saving the images, and then choose one type of image that you want to save as from the Image Type drop down list, see screenshot:

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3. And then click Export button, all images within this document have been exported and saved into the specific folder immediately, you can go to the folder to check the result.

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