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How to delete all images from a Word document?

If there are multiple pictures in your Word document that you needn’t want, to delete them one by one will waste lots of time. This tutorial will talk about some quick methods for deleting all images from a Word document.

Delete all images from a Word document with Find and Replace function

Delete all images from a Word document with an amazing feature


Delete all images from a Word document with Find and Replace function

In Word document, the Find and Replace function can help you to quickly remove all pictures from the active document, please do as this:

1. Open the Word document that you want to delete the pictures, and then click Home > Replace (or press Ctrl + H keys) to open the Find and Replace dialog box.

2. In the Find and Replace dialog box, under the Replace tab, click on Find what text box, and then click More >> button, see screenshot:

3. In the expanded dialog box, click Special, and then choose Graphic from the drop-down list, see screenshot:

4. Then, you can see ^g is displayed in Find what text box, see screenshot:

5. And then, click Replace All button, and a prompt box is popped out as below screenshot shown:

6. Click OK, and then close the Find and Replace dialog box, now, all pictures in this active document have been removed at once.


Delete all images from a Word document with an amazing feature

If you think the above method is somewhat troublesome, to improve your work efficiency, the Kutools for Word’s Remove Pictures feature can help you to delete all pictures in a Word document with only one click.

Tips:To apply this Remove Pictures feature, firstly, you should download the Kutools for Word, and then apply the feature quickly and easily.

After downloading and installing Kutools for Word, please do with the following steps:

1. Open the Word document that you want to delete the pictures, and then click Kutools > Remove > Remove Pictures, see screenshot:

2. Then, a prompt box is popped out to remind you if you want to remove all pictures, click Yes button, and all pictures will be removed from the active document.


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