how do i convert a word document to a jpeg

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how do i convert a word document to a jpeg

Postby dG9vY2xvc2V0b2NhbGw » Sat, 23 Apr 2005 03:19:02 GMT

I have a word document which i need to convert to jpeg is this possible

Re: how do i convert a word document to a jpeg

Postby Miss Perspicacia Tick » Sat, 23 Apr 2005 06:26:42 GMT

The obvious question is "why"? May I suggest you convert it to PDF instead 

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Re: how do i convert a word document to a jpeg

Postby DL » Sun, 24 Apr 2005 04:59:19 GMT

Scan it

RE: how do i convert a word document to a jpeg

Postby U0NBVk9ORSwgQ2VzYXI » Fri, 29 Apr 2005 21:56:05 GMT

Yes, it's possible. Just print the screen (with the Print Screen key) of each 
page and paste it to Windows Paint. Cut the exact page of the Word screen 
pasted and copy it. Paste it on a new image (File menu, New) and save it to a 
JPEG file. Name it as Doc1page1.jpg, Doc1page2.jpg.

But please tell us why you want to convert a Doc file to JPG? ;^)
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RE: how do i convert a word document to a jpeg

Postby RGVyZWtP » Fri, 10 Jun 2005 07:13:03 GMT

I'm not going to worry about asking why.  But you might try a product called 
SnagIt from

An excellent screen capturing program that can do scrolling captures to .jpg.

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