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by 'Anil' Radhakrishna
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HOW TO extract images from a MS Word document all at once

MS Word has a Screen Clipping feature that makes it easy to grab only a part of a frame of a video or any content from a window that is open.
I use this feature extensively while watching video tutorials & jotting notes.

If you have to extract only the images, you can right click on each image & select "Save as Picture" but if you want them in bulk all at once, follow these steps:

1. Close Word & convert the extension of the file containing the images from .docx to .zip. One way to convert is by using DOS rename command -
ren somefile.docx somefile.zip 

2. A Word .docx file is in fact a compressed file so if you extract the renamed zip file, you will see a bunch of folders & files. The images in the document are in a folder called media under the folder word

3. All the images under the media folder start with the word "image" followed by a number and have a .tmp extension. You can change the extension of all the files using a command like this at the DOS Command Prompt -
ren image*.tmp *.jpg

You can provide a valid image file extension in the file rename command

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