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How to save Word document as image (png, jpeg and so on)?

Saving Word document as image can make you transfer or read document much easier.

Quickly save each page of certain Word document as separate image in Word

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Since Microsoft Word 2010, the Screenshot feature has been added under Insert tab to take screenshot of opening windows and insert in the document. And here, I will guide you to save one page of a Word document as image with this feature.

1. Open the Word document, show the specified page you will save as image in the screen, and then change zoom level with clicking View > One Page. See screenshot:

Note: If you need to save multiple pages as one image, you can click View > Multiple Pages to show these page in the screen together.

2. In the Word window, click File > New (press Ctrl + N keys) to create a new document.

3. In the new document, click Insert > Screenshot, and then select screenshot of the document you will save as image from the drop down list. See screenshot:
 
Note: You can also click Insert > Screenshot > Screen Clipping, and draw the scope you will save as image.

Now the screenshot of the specified document is inserted in the new document.

4. Right click the inserted screenshot, and select Save as Picture from the context menu. See screenshot:

5. In the popping out File Save dialog box, please (1) open the destination folder you will save the image in, (2) name the image in the File name box, (3) specify the image type from the Save as type drop down list, and finally (4) click the Save button. See screenshot:

So far, the specified page of certain Word document has been saved as one image already.

Note: This method does not work in Word 2007 or earlier version because they don’t support the Screenshot feature.


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This method will walk you through taking the screenshot of one page of certain Word document, and saving the screenshot as image by Paint Program.

1. Open the certain document in Word, show the specified page you will save as image in the screen, and then change zoom level with clicking View > One Page. See screenshot:

Note: If you need to save multiple pages as one image, you can click View > Multiple Pages to show these page in the screen together.

2. Take the screenshot of the document with press the Print Screen key on the keyboard.

3. Open the Paint program with one of below methods:
(1) In Windows 7, you can open the Paint by clicking Start > All Programs > Accessories > Paint;
(2) In Windows 8, you can open the Paint by clicking Search icon, typing Paint in the search box, and then clicking the Paint. See screenshot:

4. Press Ctrl + V keys together to paste the screenshot in the Paint window.

5. Now crop the screenshot as follows: (1) Click the Select button; (2) draw the scope you will save as image, and then (3) click the Crop button. See screenshot:

6. Click File > Save in the Paint window.

7. Now in the Save As dialog box, please (1) open the destination folder you will save the image in, (2) name the image in the File name box, (3) specify the image type from the Save as type drop down list, and finally (4) click the Save button. See screenshot:


arrow blue right bubble Batch save each page of Word document as individual image with Kutools for Word

Both above methods can only save one or multiple pages of certain Word document as one image at a time. But now, with Kutools for Word's Export Doc as Images feature, you can quickly save each page of specified Word document as separate image in bulk. Please do as follows:

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1. Open the specified Word document whose pages you will save as images, and click Enterprise > Export / Import > Export Doc as Images. See screenshot:

2. In the popping Out Export Documents to Images dialog box, please do as following (screenshot):
(1) Click the Browse button right to the Path box, and specify the destination folder for saving exported images;
(2) Specify the image type from the Image Type drop down list;
(3) Select exported images' size from the Image Size drop down list;
(4) It's optional to check the Create Index html option.

3. Click the Export button in the Export Documents to Images dialog box.

And now the specified destination folder comes out automatically. You will see each page of the specified Word document has been exported as an individual image, and an Index HTM page for navigation as well. See screenshot:

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    Antmen · 4 months ago
    Hello, the 3rd option does not export image files when "current page size" selected. Otherwise a very good add-in. Thank you.
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    Peter · 1 years ago
    Simple trick: Save document or portion of document to PDF. Then use Adobe Acrobat to Export to JPG or to PNG using Export function. This will work better with complex objects like tables.
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    Michelle · 2 years ago
    I have installed this software and followed the instructions above to save my Word 2010 document as a individual jpgs. However, when the addon runs, and the folder opens afterwards, it only has the index.html and no jpgs.

    I am currently running the free trial version.

    Can you help?
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    Rishabh · 3 years ago
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