How to save a Word document as JPEG?

If you want to save a Word document as an image randomly, you can’t export a Word document as a JPEG or JPG, but there are some things you can do. See below.

Convert a Word page to JPEG
If you have a Word document that is only one page or you only want one particular page of a larger document, then you can use a screenshot software, such as Snip & Sketch for Windows or the Mac Screenshot app.

The first thing you will need to do is zoom out of the Word document so that the entire page is visible on the screen. You can do this by adjusting the zoom slider to the status bar. Set it so that the entire document looks.

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Then type “Snip & Sketch” in the Windows search bar. Open the tool and select “New” or press Cmd+Shift+4 on a Mac to open the Screenshot app.

Using the tools, be sure to select the entire page of the Word document by closing it in one frame.

Then, if you are using Snip & Sketch in Windows, select the floppy disk icon, in the top right, to save the image. Mac users will select File > Export.

Give your image a name and choose JPEG from the “file types” list. Finally, click on “Save”.

Paste text as JPEG into Word (Windows)
As we mentioned earlier, you cannot convert a Word document directly to JPEG. However, you can highlight the text of the Word document, save it as a PNG photo, and convert it to JPEG.

First, open the Word document that you want to save as JPEG. Then select and copy the text you want to save as a picture. You can copy the selected text by pressing Ctrl+c on your keyboard or by right-clicking the text and selecting “Copy” from the menu that appears.

From there, open a new document by going to the File > New > Blank Document.

Right-click the blank document, and choose Paste Picture.

After pasting, the text will look as before. But if you click on the text, a frame will surround the image, and you will be able to adjust the size, rotate and wrap text.

Then right click on the image and choose “Save as Picture” from the menu.

A Save As Picture dialog box will appear. In it, choose where you want to save the image, type a file name, choose “JPEG File Interchange Format” from the file types menu, and press “Save”.

This way you saved a Microsoft Word document as JPEG.

Paste text as JPEG (Mac)
The steps for saving a Word as a JPEG on a Mac are almost the same as the steps listed above. However, the names of some features of Word on Mac differ from the names in Windows.

Repeat the steps in the previous section by copying the text you want to convert to JPEG, and open a new blank document. From there, right-click and select “Paste Special”.

Select pdf from the As section, and then click OK.

The text you copied from the first Word document will now be inserted as an object that cannot be edited. When you click on it, a box will appear around the block.

Right-click the PDF block and select “Save as Picture”.

From the Save menu that appears, name the image and choose where to save it. Change the file type to JPEG, and then click Save.

If you don’t want to follow all these steps to convert your Word document to JPEG, you can search the internet for a Word to JPEG converter.

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