How to Convert Word Documents Into Images (jpg, png, gif, tiff)

Updated on April 6, 2019
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The author is a resilient graduate in electrical engineering, and an aspiring professional in the said area.

Need to convert your Word Document (or part of it) into an image? Microsoft Word itself has a function that will allow you to do so. Versions 2007 and better allow you to convert documents into images using 'paste special' and you will have the option to convert into jpeg, jpg, png and other formats of your choice.

This method is very simple and yields reasonable quality with a high resolution, which is much better than other doc-to-image converters available online. What's more, you have the option of converting any document into any type of graphic: jpg, tiff, png, or gif file format.

So stop wasting any of your time and money searching for scam converters when you can create an image without one using the following easy steps:

  1. Select what you'd like to save as an image.
  2. Copy your selection.
  3. Open a new document.
  4. Paste special.
  5. Select "Picture."
  6. Right click the resulting image and select "Save as Picture."
  7. Select your desired format from the dropdown menu.

The instructions below will walk you through each step.

1: Select What You'd Like to Save as an Image

Select all (shown here on Word 2016 for Mac)
Select all (shown here on Word 2016 for Mac)

If you would like to turn your entire document into an image, select all. You can do this by:

  • Pressing Ctrl+A on a PC.
  • Pressing command+A on a Mac.
  • Pressing Shift+Ctrl+End to select from the cursor position till the end of the document.
  • Or selecting "Edit">"Select All" from the menu.

If you would only like to turn parts of your document into an image, select those objects with your cursor.

Do note that contents selected on a single page only will be converted to an image. So to convert multiple pages you will have to select each of their contents and follow the steps separately.

2: Copy Your Selection

Copy your selection
Copy your selection

Copy your selection. You can do this by:

  • Typing Ctrl+C on a PC.
  • Typing command+C on a Mac.
  • Right-clicking the selection and selecting "copy."
  • Or clicking on the copy icon in the standard toolbar.

3: Open New Document

Open a new blank Word document. (This is where your selection will be pasted as an image.)

4: Paste Special

Accessing paste special from the home ribbon (shown here on Word 2010 for PC)
Accessing paste special from the home ribbon (shown here on Word 2010 for PC)
Accessing past special from the edit menu (shown here on Word 2016 for Mac)
Accessing past special from the edit menu (shown here on Word 2016 for Mac)

In the Home tab, go to paste options by clicking on the downward arrow at the bottom of the button, then click on "paste special" as shown in the picture above. Alternately, you can select "edit">"paste special."

5: Select "Picture"

You will want to paste what's saved in your clipboard as a picture.
You will want to paste what's saved in your clipboard as a picture.

In the paste-special window, select "Picture (Enhanced Metafile)," as shown in the picture above, and click "OK."

An image of what you copied will be pasted in the document.

6: Right-Click and Select "Save as Picture"

Right-click on your new image and select "Save as Picture." To right-click on a Mac, hold the control key as you click.

7: Select Your Desired Format

Select what type of file you would like your picture to be. Here is what the menu will look like on a PC.
Select what type of file you would like your picture to be. Here is what the menu will look like on a PC.
Here is what the menu will look like on a Mac.
Here is what the menu will look like on a Mac.

Select your desired format from the dropdown menu and save it. You are done!

I recommend saving it as png if you want to upload it somewhere on Internet. It will give you best quality in a small-sized file.

If you Get a Black Background In the End?

If you get a black background in the final converted image after executing up till the last step, try saving the image again, as a png or tiff. Else try opening the converted image file through MS Paint.

This article is accurate and true to the best of the author’s knowledge. Content is for informational or entertainment purposes only and does not substitute for personal counsel or professional advice in business, financial, legal, or technical matters.

Questions & Answers

  • Is there a way to convert Word documents into images if my version of Word doesn't offer the "Paste Special" option (only Paste)?

    The "Paste Special" option is available in all versions of MS Word above 2007; I have 2016 right now and the option is available. In case it is not available, you will not be able to follow the process.

  • My source Word 2010 page had a border created by Word. Is there any way to select that, so it converts?

    Yes, you can convert to images with borders by following the same method but with a slight addition.

    You need to flex page margins to the very edges of the page, such that the page border now falls within the margins instead of outside the margins.

    Next place a dot at the 'topmost corner' of the page and the 'bottom most corner' of the page.

    Press Ctrl + A to select all of the page and then follow the process in the article to convert to image, if you get a black background, save as PNG and open the image file in MS Paint.

  • How do I repair a jpg that saved entirely dark?

    Try saving as a PNG.

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      Elaine Ore 

      3 days ago

      Thank you for this tutorial! I made it. ❤

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      Dimiter 

      2 weeks ago

      Hi,

      Well, ctrl+A doesn't work on headers. At least not in MS Word 2013 which I use.

      Also I notice that in Word 2007 there is no 'save image as' nevertheless that 'paste special' is available. So your method doesn't work on MS Word 2007 but requires later versions.

      Another problem is that the picture I save as png contains clean text (nice resolution indeed) without any background. So in Paint 3D I insert a white canvas in order to get white background of the text, saved as picture.

      This is because I need the picture to be added to a video, edited by Avid Media Composer.

      So finally I save the text as png, then save the header as picture as well. Then in Paint 3D I insert a visible white canvas of the text and then insert the header as another png, resize and put in right position.

      Then I save the project in Paint 3 D, and here starts the fun - when I save as png the result, it is damaged by Paint 3D, maybe this is a bug. So i copy the whole thing (ctrl+A and copy) then paste in Paint (not 3D) and save it as png in Paint.

      That's it.

      P.S. I write here because I didn't have a chance to answer to the email you have sent to me.

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      Addy 

      5 weeks ago

      When trying to save doc, my drop down do not have "Portable Network Graphics"

      Pleas can you advise on this

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      divinedar0956@yahoo.com 

      8 weeks ago

      When I paste as picture it lose formatting. Why is that?

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      Salman 

      3 months ago

      At first Thanks for ur excellent explanatio. Bt I have no 'Save as' option.So what can I do now???

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      Uncle Paul 

      3 months ago

      Storms you really are a star. I dimly remember OCR back in yesteryear but it has improved markedly I used TurboFuture and it worked like a treat. Thank you once again

    • alikhan3 profile imageAUTHOR

      StormsHalted 

      3 months ago from Karachi, Pakistan

      Have you tried to this with some of the OCR tools available online?

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      Uncle Paul 

      3 months ago

      Beautifully explained - thank you. One further query is how do I go the other way to convert a JPEG image into an MS Word document? I have Win 10 and MS Word 2016 also Photoshop CS 6.

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      paul 

      4 months ago

      hi, how can I convert a whole page including boardings into a picture format

    • profile image

      Nuwan 

      4 months ago

      Excellent and very helpful. thank you...

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      Sophia 

      6 months ago

      I want to take the time to thank you because I think you're smart as this is so clear and has helped just now without stress!

    • alikhan3 profile imageAUTHOR

      StormsHalted 

      7 months ago from Karachi, Pakistan

      Their will be a difference in quality of the image.

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      MELISSA P. MACAGBA 

      7 months ago

      Why not just screenshot your document. Minimize it so it'll fit then have it screenshot. After, go to screenshot file. open the photo. and then crop the sides. there goes your photo file.

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      OM 

      7 months ago

      Vow that was great. Thanks a ton

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      :) 

      8 months ago

      For those of you who, like me, do not have the option to "save as picture," select "copy" when you right click instead and open an image editing program (such as gimp), then paste it in!

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      Dattatri 

      9 months ago

      Really great solution! Very useful...

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      Amy Dawson 

      9 months ago

      This worked perfectly! Thank you!!

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      Aprile 

      9 months ago

      Thanks so much! I have MS 10 version & from my Word doc page I went to "File" then "Save As" then "Picture" then "Save as Type:" (Drop-Down box) then I Changed "Word" to "PDF" choice. It worked! Much success to everyone in 2019!

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      Paul MEIER 

      9 months ago

      Whys "SELECT PICTURE" not available on Word 365?

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      Geri 

      10 months ago

      This was awesome. I tried all afternoon how to figure out how to do this and finally I googled it your page came up first. It took me about 30 seconds to do. Thank you so much for your info.

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      JG294 

      10 months ago

      Hi.

      The procedure suggested for converting Word documents into images is clear and straightforward. However, when I reached at Step 6, I faced the same problem described also by some others. When I right clicked on the image pasted on the new document, no 'Save As Picture' option was available to select. I wonder is it because of the version of MS Word I still prefer to use, Word 2003. Since I need the image as a 'jpg' file instead of merely its copy, any suggestions to solve this problem?

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      Christine Tomlin 

      10 months ago

      I was able to follow your instructions up to the point of right clicking. There was no option for me to Save As. Btw; this image was selected for my business card. So what I did: I first needed to resize to business size. Clicked on image and selected Copy. I then opened up my Microsoft Office Picture Manager and was able to right click and Paste it there. This automatically Copied it into my file under MyPictures.

    • alikhan3 profile imageAUTHOR

      StormsHalted 

      11 months ago from Karachi, Pakistan

      Hi dio,

      I recently did another conversion test on Word 2016, considering your comments.

      Conclusively, anything added as background will not convert to an image, however if you add the same image, shape, or a collage of multiple shapes and images as a watermark, it will be translated into the image.

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      dio 

      11 months ago

      is there a way convert the WHOLE page into image? because these doesn't copy the background color and shapes I put on the document.

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      Steve 

      11 months ago

      Finally! A solution! After searching the web, this was the only one that worked!! Thanks much!

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      Mirleni 

      11 months ago

      Thank you so much. Worked perfectly and not something that's readily apparent!

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      Chuck1259 

      12 months ago

      Not what I wanted. Libre Office Does it with a click of a button. Open Office does this with an export. Word is the least friendly of the word processor programs.

    • alikhan3 profile imageAUTHOR

      StormsHalted 

      12 months ago from Karachi, Pakistan

      Try a converting to PNG instead.

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      Deri 

      12 months ago

      Tried it and some of the words and numbers did not render very well (word pic to JPG)

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      Ritaparna Roy 

      12 months ago

      Hi,

      In the new word document,after right clicking the object the "save as picture" option is not coming from the drop down menu

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      BeenThere216 

      12 months ago

      On Word 2007, there's no File or Edit but there is a Ribbon. Anyway, everything went smoothly to the point when I did Ctrl+A and then Ctrl+C. My original image had text on it that I managed to insert with WordArt but when pasting that into another Word, the text was gone. Argh. And was unable to save as image in Word 2007 anyway.

      What eventually worked is pasting everything into Paint. Went in fine along with the text but turned out small. However since this image happened to be nearly perfect, I resized it (enlarged) and saved as PNG.

      The entire process is a pain but I love the results.

    • alikhan3 profile imageAUTHOR

      StormsHalted 

      12 months ago from Karachi, Pakistan

      Their might be a very clever work around to this:

      Increase the paper size from A4 to A3 or any other bigger then A4. Then also scale up your clipboard utilizing the new space available.

      You will get an image with increased resolution automatically.

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      PJS INNOVATIVE 

      13 months ago

      HI

      What do I do if the image is too small and I need it bigger it is showing up as 1400 x 560 and I need 3000 x3000

      I am at the limits of landscape orientation

    • alikhan3 profile imageAUTHOR

      StormsHalted 

      13 months ago from Karachi, Pakistan

      Yes, It will work for a single page only, for multiple pages you will have to do it once foe every page.

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      cei 

      13 months ago

      is it single page only?

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      F. Lewis 

      13 months ago

      Use printscreen Button on Keyboard to Copy Contents of Screen to Clipboard. Then Open paint program & use paste function to save it as Image.( we can use Control key & Plus key (+) to zoom before pressing printscreen).

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      josh 

      13 months ago

      how can i convert word presentation to image

    • alikhan3 profile imageAUTHOR

      StormsHalted 

      15 months ago from Karachi, Pakistan

      If you convert it to a PNG, then the image of text will have a transparent background. I hope that is what you want.

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      Rebecca 

      15 months ago

      Is there a way to do this with just text, removing the white background?

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      Vipin 

      15 months ago

      There is another method for converting word to image. First save word file as .pdf. Then zoom the pdf to 200%.In the edit section 'take snapshot'.Then select all and copy.Open Windows Paint and paste. Save file as .PNG.This will give you a higher resolution image.

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      Vipin 

      15 months ago

      Does not work for MS Word 2007 as 'Save Picture as' option is not shown during right click. Works for MS Word 2010

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      Lorne 

      16 months ago

      You are brilliant! Saved me a ton of time and energy. Thanks!

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      Nzivo Mutune 

      16 months ago

      You sure got me out of the woods...

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      Lisa Vale 

      16 months ago

      I get down to the last step and when I right click on the image my drop down menu does not give me the same options. I'm using word 7. Is that my problem?

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      Muhammad Qasim Abbas 

      16 months ago

      My Document is not showing "Portable Network Graphics".

      What can be done??

    • alikhan3 profile imageAUTHOR

      StormsHalted 

      17 months ago from Karachi, Pakistan

      Yes, press the undo button.

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      Tania 

      17 months ago

      My document objects (table) are converted to images automatically. Is there a way to recover them?

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      Dave Rose 

      17 months ago

      Tried this with a Word file that is photo & text. Text portion comes out BLACK, with only photo showing. Tried JPG, TIFF and PNG, no luck....

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      Lisa Corkerry 

      17 months ago

      That was so helpful and easy to follow. Thanks so much!

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      Vijay 

      17 months ago

      Great Tip. Thank you so much!!

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      Greenish 

      17 months ago

      Very, very helpful. Thanks!

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      Richard 

      17 months ago

      I did what you suggested and placed all my content into a text box before I copied it so I could the desired image size I wanted.

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      Jay 

      19 months ago

      Thanks for this post!

    • alikhan3 profile imageAUTHOR

      StormsHalted 

      19 months ago from Karachi, Pakistan

      It will only work for a single page.

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      kkk 

      19 months ago

      Worked great! The only thing was that when I inserted that image in mi design the quality of the png was very low.

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      Ray 

      19 months ago

      Hi StormsHalted,

      I tried and it seems it only works for single page Word file though. Is it possible to convert a multi-page Word file into a single (long) image file? Thanks!

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      katie 

      19 months ago

      this was SO helpful. Thank you.

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      Gaynor 

      19 months ago

      Thank you so much for this tip, I have been trying for ages as I wanted to flip the text so that I could print on transfer paper but could not find a way to save my document as a picture until now - very happy person

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      Danielle 

      19 months ago

      Thank you! Very helpful, I never would've figured out the 'save as picture' step.

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      Steph 

      19 months ago

      I tried this and its very low resolution, cannot print

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      Branka 

      20 months ago

      I tried but it pasts only one page and not all the pages I copied what am I doing wrong?

      Kind regards

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      Thank you so much! 

      20 months ago

      Thank you so much, it really saved me the trouble of printscreening and stuff.

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      Barb 

      20 months ago

      I don't have the "save as" picture option on my word. (Used to but don't see it now.) Any ideas?

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      ALI 

      21 months ago

      I LOVE YOUR EXPLANATION KEEP IT UP

    • alikhan3 profile imageAUTHOR

      StormsHalted 

      21 months ago from Karachi, Pakistan

      @Lyba:

      If you are getting a black background after conversion into jpeg then try to convert into PNG or TIF instead.

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      julie 

      21 months ago

      Trying to do this on a new iMac and in newest version of Word and I can not save as any type of jpeg or photo file. Not sure why. I followed all steps until Paste as... Then I only have Word Doc, Formatted Text, Unformatted Text, HTML format and PDF. Any advice? Thanks

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      Lyuba 

      21 months ago

      So, awesome I can finally change word to picture. Thank you for sharing this and for free.

      I am still stuck with black background after trying all the recommendations you have posted. What else can I do?

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      Pete 

      22 months ago

      It saves 6 pages to the clipboard but only pastes 1 page to the new document.

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      Carol Haislip 

      23 months ago

      Hi,This is great up until right click and save as picture. I have a 6 page document. I did what you said about opening each page separately and pasting it into the new document. When I right click on the new document, though, it is saving only the page that my curser is on when I right click. I have tried everything. Any ideas? Thanks.

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      Cheryl 

      2 years ago

      Thank you for writing this helpful article! Bless you!

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      Ravi Khanna 

      2 years ago

      Thank you! That was so simple and brilliant!

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      Chris 

      2 years ago

      Thank you so much. I found this very useful.

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      Greg 

      2 years ago

      Way to Go My Friend! You answered a very obscure question regarding converting my Excel 2010 file. Thank you so much!!!

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      Devourer of Love 

      2 years ago

      I have gone to several websites asking about this, and all the others were either going "Take a screenshot! Herp deerp!" or trying to push pay-to-use subscription based software.

      I didn't even know you could paste the contents of a document as an image. I actually learned something about MS-Word today!

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      Tony 

      2 years ago

      This is awesome, I didn't believe even as i got done.

      Thanks

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      ram 

      2 years ago

      How to make documents from image in excel..

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      MGH 

      2 years ago

      THANK YOU! Worked wonderfully and when I got the black background you were there again! Doing a huge party and would never have figured this out! Once I got in the groove it took no time at all! Appreciate google search too!

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      Tonya 

      2 years ago

      Worked like a charm! Thanks!

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      deepa 

      2 years ago

      thank you. it is very useful

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      Amy 

      2 years ago

      This is what I see...no option for picture??? Everything else has worked seamlessly as instructed. Why am I missing two fields at this point?

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      Seth 

      2 years ago

      This is fine for a small number of pages. Is there a solution that works well for a long document?

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      Jenn 

      2 years ago

      So easy. Thanks!

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      Debbie Stevens 

      2 years ago

      I can't find the edit drop down option on my tool bar?

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      RLK 

      2 years ago

      This does not work for Windows 10. On step # 6, when I right click the drop down shows cut, copy, paste, grouping, order, and so on, but no "save as picture." I've wasted an hour of my life trying to get this to work.

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      KB 

      2 years ago

      Dude, you are awesome! You saved me big time.

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      StormsHalted 

      2 years ago from Karachi, Pakistan

      Update:

      If you are getting a black background after conversion into jpeg then try to convert into PNG or TIF instead.

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      pritam 

      2 years ago

      awesome trick. Saved my day. Thank You.

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      Jan 

      2 years ago

      Thank you so much. I thought there had to be a way but no-one else would tell me!!!

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      Valerie 

      2 years ago

      Thank you, thank you! I used adobe to convert my doc to an image, but the quality wasn't all that great. The image created this way looks awesome, and was easy to do with your clear directions. I appreciate it!

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      Yvonne 

      2 years ago

      You are my savour. Thank you so much for the clear and easy to follow instructions and its FREE....

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      Lee Chaplin 

      2 years ago

      You beauty!!! This has been the stress of my life and this has just made things SO much easier! I cannot thank you enough.... No downloading, just free advice. Thank you!

      Lee

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      alisonward 

      2 years ago

      Thank you so much, StormsHalted! Your instructions are clear and simple to follow for newbies like me... I'm so grateful!!!

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      tonyo 

      2 years ago

      unfortunately, there is no option to "save picture as" in step six. this is for word 2007. any other suggestions? thanks.

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      Robert 

      2 years ago

      I've followed the steps exactly but when I open the final saved documents all I get is a completely black document - no image/content at all. Have reepeated the steps several times with the same result - what am I doing wrong? thx R.

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      Charly in SJ 

      2 years ago

      Thank you StormsHalted, and to all others who offered useful comments and suggestions! This process resolved a problem I had been struggling with off and on over several days! Very well written and laid out.

      And let me offer a "boo! hiss!" to the commenters who had problems but wouldn't even reply to @StormsHalted's followups. Yeesh! Some people! Getting indignant or even bitchy about free help.

      To end on a positive note -- thank you once again, and best success in all future endeavors!

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      Kaser 

      2 years ago

      Thank you so much

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      Vempatissn 

      2 years ago

      An excellent solution.

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      Felix 

      2 years ago

      Good job. You helped to end my headache. Everything worked perfectly every step of the way.

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      kate 

      2 years ago

      Awesome, totally worked, thank you!

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      StormsHalted 

      2 years ago from Karachi, Pakistan

      You will have to select each page individually and then convert it. You can do it easily within 10 minutes for 05 pages.

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