How to Save Word Document as an Image?

3 Ways to Save a Word Document as an Image

  • Copy and paste the document as an image
  • Use the Snip & Sketch tool
  • Use an online document converter

Method 1: Save a Word Document by Copying and Pasting it as an Image

In this method, we’ll walk you through the steps on how to easily copy your document and paste it as an image. This, by far, is the fastest and the most direct way to save a Word file as an image without using another application. 

Here are the steps to do just that! 

Step 1: Open up a Word document.

Step 2: Select the content. 

Now that we have our document opened, select the part of your file or the entire document that you need to save as an image. Then, right-click on the selection and click the Copy option. 

Alternatively, hit the CTRL + C shortcut keys on your keyboard to copy. 

Step 3: Paste the copied content. 

Open a new Word document. You should see the Paste button in the Home tab. Click on the down arrow below the button to access the Paste drop-down menu. Then, select the Paste Special option. 

This will launch the Paste Special dialogue box right in the middle of your screen. Now, select the Picture (Enhanced Metafile) option and click the OK button to paste the selected document as a picture. Otherwise, click the Cancel button. 

Step 4: Save the picture as an image file. 

  • Select the picture you pasted and right-click on it. It will open a list of options to choose from. Now, click on Save as Picture

This launches the File Save dialogue box.

Locate the folder where you want your image file to be saved. Type in the filename in the File Name field, then click on the Save as Type drop-down menu.

After that, select the image file type that suits your needs. If you haven’t decided yet, you can always choose the default Portable Network Graphics file type. 

Method 2: Save a Word Document as an Image Using the Snip & Sketch Tool

In this method, we’ll use Windows 10 Snip & Sketch Tool to quickly snip the part of the document you want to be saved as an image. This can come in handy especially if you need to take a snapshot from different parts of your file. 

Step 1. Open up a Word document. 

Step 2. Launch the Snip & Sketch Tool. 

On your keyboard, press the Windows logo + SHIFT + S keys to launch the Snip & Sketch tool.

Now, click and drag your mouse from the top left of the part you wish to capture to its bottom right.

This will highlight a rectangular shape snipping of the part of the document.

Finish the snipping by letting go of the cursor. A notification-like memo will appear at the lower right corner of your window.

Now, click the memo to launch the Snip & Sketch work window. 

Step 3. Save the image. 

On the Snip & Sketch window, move your cursor to the top-right corner of the window. Click the Save icon to launch the Save As dialogue box. 

The steps to save using the Save As dialogue box are the same as the previous method.

Method 3: Save a Word Document as an Image Using an Online Document Converter

While this method requires the use of an online document converter, this is by far the most convenient way to save multiple pages as image files. 

Here’s how you can use an online document converter!

Step 1. Open a web browser.

To start off, let’s open up a web browser. In the address bar, type in Of course, you can opt to use similar online document converters other than this. This is just what Google gave us when we searched for “Word to JPG”. Feel free to leave us a comment below if you found something better. 

Step 2. Upload the Word file. 

Once you’re on the site, click the Add Files button to start uploading your Word file. This will launch the Open dialogue box of your computer. Locate your file and click the Open button. 

Step 3. Choose the image file type. 

After adding the Word file, click the File Type drop-down button to choose the image file type that you want.

If you haven’t decided yet, simply leave it as jpg

You should see your file listed in the Files to Convert table. Once verified, click the Convert Now button to start the conversion. 

You will be redirected to another page in order for you to download your converted document.

Now, click the Download button to finish the process. If you need to convert more documents, click the Convert more files button. 

Note that you will get multiple image files if your Word document contains more than one page. 


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