Do you have some crucial images or pictures saved inside your Word documents? Or embedded images, graphs, illustrations or drawings inside Excel workbooks or inside PowerPoint presentation files? Sometimes you may need all these graphical data in an urgent manner. What will you do in such a situation? You would copy the images or the other graphical items one by one and paste it to MS Paint for saving them individually in an image format. Don’t you think this process is tedious and time-consuming?
Why Do We Need to Extract Images?
Just imagine a scenario when you receive a Microsoft Word document from one of your friends, which got some embedded images or pictures (assume 100). You need all those embedded images. If you copy those 100 images one by one and save them individually, it is going to take a lot of time. You must be looking for an easy way to extract those pictures from XLSX, DOCX, and PPTX Files. Don’t you!
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How to Extract Images from DOCX, XLSX and PPTX Files?
There is a manual trick by using which you will be able to extract all the images, illustrations, and drawings in a single shot. But before performing this, make sure you create a backup for those files. Follow the below-mentioned steps to save all the images of MS Office files separately on your system:
1: Make sure you are performing this technique with the backup copy of the original document.
2: Locate the backup copy of the document and open it to see the actual embedded pictures.
3: Now close the file as you are going to extract the embedded images from it.
4: Here we start! First of all change the file extension of the MS Word document, i.e. from “.docx” into “.zip“. This can be done by renaming the file.
5: After renaming the “.docx” file extension to “.zip”, hit ENTER to execute the action. You will be asked to confirm the action. Click Yes to do it.
6: If this is done successfully, the file icon of the Word document will be changed from W Word icon into a ZIP or archive icon.
7: Now open the ZIP to see the actual structure of MS Word’s DOCX file.
8: Open the folders one by one to locate the images. The images usually store in the folder named as “images”.
9: Once the images have been located, extract ONLY them as you need the images only.
Extracting images from the Office files isn’t that tough when you are using the above method. But, the problem is, it is a laborious and time-consuming process. To make these efforts fewer and reduce the time consumption, you can opt for the MS Office Image Extractor Toolkit, which lets you recover the corrupt files and also let you extract images from DOCX, XLSX and PPTX Files. Hope you find it helpful.