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Comvert word doc to jpg?

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Anyone any ideas? Ive drawn an image in a word doc and need to convert it to a jpg. Anyone know any easy/free ways of doing this?


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Vino Rosso

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There are probably many ways.

One way without downloading any other programs... do a Print Screen to clipboard; open MS Paint; paste from the clipboard; save the file as .jpg.
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Major Payne

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A screen capture of JUST the image would be better then doing a Prt Scr which is a complete screen capture. With a complete screen capture you need to crop image out, so it would be better to use a good screen capture tool like FastStone Capture (version 5.3 only is free). This free program also allows a scrolling capture and other options, but the one you want for capturing images from Word (or any similar program) is the selection tool by pressing Ctrl + Prt Scr when the app is open or running in the SysTray.

Dump MS Paint and use a much, much better program, also free, called GetPaint.net. Here's more:

FREE software:

http://www.inkscape.org/download/ (Very good for vectored graphics)

FREE online photo editors:

http://www.blibs.com/editor/ (I like this one best)

http://www.gifworks....age_editor.html (GIF format only)

Edited by Major Payne, 10 January 2009 - 11:54 AM.

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Add to that list of freebies: IrfanView. Download from CNet site


It's basic, but very quick to load, and therefore great for quick screen dumps - load, paste, crop and save in desired jpg format (or many others) in seconds. Not one for cut and paste within a pic, though - you need more power for that.

But good for what it does, and it's produced many a Google maps dump for me (and greyscaled it for cheap printing)


Edited by deeplyblue, 27 August 2009 - 04:06 PM.

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