A few tricks to take you beyond the basics of Microsoft Office 2010. GCPS Tech Tips. Word 2010: Extracting Multiple Images. Word 2010: Extracting Multiple Images.
A few tricks to take you beyond the basics of Microsoft Office 2010
GCPS Tech Tips
Word 2010: Extracting Multiple Images
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Have you wanted to use the graphics from a Word document in another document, but don’t want to drop and drag each one? Or maybe you would like to save the graphics for future use? Well, here is a quick trick to extract all the images from a .docx file at once!
Make a copy of the original file and be sure to save it using the ‘Save As’ option with the .docx extension. This is the file you will use for this Tech Tip.
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