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How to Extract Images from Microsoft Word Document

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Microsoft Word comes with the Microsoft Office package, and It is currently one of the most used software in the world. It can be used to create and edit articles as well as create simple HTML pages and more. A problem that can arise when using this software, how to extract and save the images in a document separately. In this guide, we are talking about how to extract images from the Microsoft Word documents. You can also try these methods for other Microsoft Office software such as Microsoft Excel and PowerPoint.

How to Extract Images from Microsoft Word Document

The methods mentioned here do not require any other third-party software.

Note: Make a backup of your Microsoft Word document before performing these methods.

Method 1: By processing it as a zip file

Your word document must be of .docx extension to extract images from this method. If it is not the type of your document, follow the steps below to convert the word file to .docx.

  • Open the word document.
  • Click the File tab and go to the ‘Save As’ section.

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  • Navigate the save location and select the ‘Word Document (*.docx)’ option from the ‘Save as type’ drop-down menu.

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  • Save it.

Now go to the folder where you saved the Word document.

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  • Rename it and type .zip in place of .docx in the file extension.

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  • Right-click on it and choose the ‘Extract Here’ option.

Now, the images in your Word document are in the Media folder.

Method 2: By saving it as a web page

  • Open the Word document.
  • Click the File tab and go to the ‘Save As’ section.

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  • Navigate the save location and select the ‘Web Page (*.html;*.html)’ option from the ‘Save as type’ drop-down menu.

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  • Now go to the folder where you saved the Word document.

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  • You can see that another folder has been created there. Go inside, and you will see the saved pictures.

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