Convert a Word Document to a JPEG

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How do you convert a Word document to a JPEG? There was a free a application I've used in the past that you "printed" to and saved it as a JPEG. Anyone know what it's called?

Thanks in advance!
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  • Profile picture of the author Nigel Greaves
    I haven't used it personally but you could try this free one Robyna:

    Free DOC to JPG Converter Download

    Nigel
  • Profile picture of the author tfos4941
    You could use a print screen to capture it if the document is not too large?
  • Profile picture of the author Esteem Ladder
    Save the word doc as a pdf, then open the pdf in photoshop and export it as .jpg.

    If you don't have photoshop, open the pdf in adobe reader, use the snapshot tool to copy it to the clipboard, paste it into a new word doc, then right click to save it as a picture (.jpg).

    HTH
  • Profile picture of the author Adie
    Originally Posted by robyna View Post

    How do you convert a Word document to a JPEG? There was a free a application I've used in the past that you "printed" to and saved it as a JPEG. Anyone know what it's called?

    Thanks in advance!
    Download the faststone screen capture here. It has an option to take screenshots while scrolling up and down
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  • Profile picture of the author robyna
    Thanks for all the quick replies! I ended up just doing a print screen & pulling it into PSE, expecting bad results. I was very pleasantly surprised!

    I had Googled and tried several of the free downloads with very poor results. They either didn't work or warped my text and/or graphics.

    Never thought of that Esteem Ladder! I might try that, too. Thanks!!
  • Profile picture of the author Adie
    Originally Posted by robyna View Post

    Thanks for all the quick replies! I ended up just doing a print screen & pulling it into PSE, expecting bad results. I was very pleasantly surprised!

    I had Googled and tried several of the free downloads with very poor results. They either didn't work or warped my text and/or graphics.

    Never thought of that Esteem Ladder! I might try that, too. Thanks!!
    fast stone can gibe you the highest resolution in actually just one click....
  • Profile picture of the author Alexdesigner
    Hi! Use one of the free or paid converters to directly convert a Word document to JPEG.
  • Profile picture of the author Randall Magwood
    I use Nuance PDF Professional, but it's a $300 software. Anything you need it to do it will do it for you.
  • Profile picture of the author twranks
    Personally, I'd do a print screen and edit the print in paint. It's free and saves you time as well
  • Profile picture of the author yukon
    This forum thread is 4 years old.

    OP most likely either figured it out or gave up & went to work at Burger King.
  • Profile picture of the author amuro
    I simply printscreened using a tool called Gadwin Systems which you can find and download through Google search.

    Then I saved it and opened it through another application called Paint before cropping the unneccessary edges and resizing it into a proper image.

    Afterwhich I saved it as JPG into my drive.

    Hope that answers your questions.
  • Profile picture of the author Paul30
    Hi all! To convert Word documents in .jpg format I use Universal Document Converter (http://www.print-driver.com/how-to/convert-word-to-jpeg). After downloading and installing this program, you will have a virtual printer. Send your document to print, select this printer, and then select the output format of jpeg. And enjoy the result.
  • Profile picture of the author beiter
    How about using a print screen and then save as jpg?

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