Trying to convert a word document into a jpeg file? Look no further! We have the perfect word to jpg conversion method that requires no additional software.
How to Convert a Word document into a JPG (Windows)
It is very common to want to convert a document from word to jpg and there are a few ways in which you can do this, all are simple and easy to follow but the following method is the most general one to use and should include most Windows softwares.
- Open up your saved document in Word.
- For Vista, 7 and later, use the Snipping Tool found by going to Start > All Programs > Accessories. Snip the section you need and Save As a jpg file.
- For other versions, zoom out of your document so you can see the whole page (even if it is very small).
- Use the Print Screen button on your computer or laptop to capture the shot you want.
- Open up the most familiar photo-editing programme you have, this could be Photoshop or Paint for example.
- Paste your screenshot into a new file opened by the photo-editing programme and crop the image so it only shows what you need.
- Go to File > Save As and you can now save it as a jpg file.
How to Convert Word to JPG File (Mac)
With this word to jpg conversion, two processes are required. First you will need to convert word to pdf and then convert pdf to jpg. It might sound complicated but it only takes a matter of minutes and is very simple.
- Open up in Word the document that you need.
- Go to File > Save As > Format > PDF and click Save.
- Open up the Preview programme, installed on Macs and found on the dock or in applications, and File > Open to select your newly saved PDF file.
- Once you have this up on your screen, go to File > Save As and select the format to be JPEG from the dropdown menu.
- Rename and locate your new file then click Save.