Microsoft Word’s Auto text feature is very useful. However, there comes a time when a user may need automation in another program. The PhraseExpress has been launched as a simple tool to help this dream become achievable.» Read more
Word Document files are not just for words any more. Documents are now crafted with embedded images. There could be just one, or dozens of images in a single document. And sometimes, you want to save those image files as separate documents, to use outside of Microsoft Word. The creator of the document may not always be able to provide them. How do you separately save images embedded in a Microsoft Word document?
The “obvious” way would be to right-click the image and select the “Save Image As” tab, for each image you want to save. You could individually copy and paste each image into an image program, and save them there. It’s even possible to create or borrow a macro program to seek and save images from Microsoft Word documents. All of these tactics, however, are both time- and labor-intensive. The quickest and easiest ways to save embedded images as individual files are to unzip the .docx file, if you are using Word 2007, or to save the Word document as a web page, if you use Word 2000, 2002/XP, or 2003.» Read more