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How to save a Word Document as an Image

Sometimes, it is more convenient to send a Word document as an image to easily access and open it on any device. However, it’s not just a one click trick. It is a process.

There are different methods you can use to change Word documents into images as you will see below.

Method 1: Using Paste Special

This method works only if the document in question is only a page long.

  • To select the entire page, press Ctrl + A on your keyboard.
  • Then, press Ctrl + C to copy the selected text.
  • Alternatively, you can right-click the selected text.
  • MS Word will display a contextual menu.
  • From it, choose ‘Copy.’
  • Open a brand-new document. To do this, select ‘File’ on the ribbon and choose ‘New’ or ‘Blank Document.’
  • Right-click anywhere in the new document.
  • From the contextual menu, click ‘Paste Special.’
  • Select Picture (Enhanced Metafile) and click OK. Now, in the Word document, the image will be pasted.
  • Again, right-click on the content, and choose ‘Save as picture.’
  • Under ‘File Name,’ give it a title.
  • From the ‘Save As Picture’ option, choose jpeg.

The one-paged document is now saved as a picture on your device.

Method 2: Converting Word documents into PDFs then images

MS Word now lets you convert Word documents into PDFs that are much simpler to convert into images.

  • Open the Word document you want to convert into a PDF.
  • On the ribbon, go to ‘File.’
  • From the backstage view, choose ‘Save As.’
  • Choose ‘Browse.’
  • Doing this opens up a window with the folders on your device.
  • Select a folder where your PDF will be saved.
  • Under file name, name your document.
  • Under ‘Save as type,’ select ‘PDF.’
  • Now, go to the Microsoft store and download the PDF to JPEG app.
  • Once the app is downloaded, open it.
  • From the options, choose ‘Select file.’
  • A window with the folders on your device will appear. Open the folder where you stored the PDF and select it.
  • Next, select a folder where you will save your JPEG.
  • Finally, click ‘Convert.’
  • Your PDF is now saved as an image.

This method is beneficial if you want to convert more than one page in a document into images.

Method 3: Using online converters

  • Go to the Word to JPEG website
  • Click ‘Upload files.’
  • The site will open a window with the folders on your device.
  • Select the folder with the PDF and click ‘Open.’
  • The site will begin to download the file.
  • Once the download is complete, you can see it on your toolbar as a ZIP archive.

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