Open Office Docs With A Zip Program To Extract Images

Open Office Docs With A Zip Program To Extract Images
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If there are a bunch of graphics, videos and other elements in a Word or PowerPoint file, you can extract these individual elements with an archive program. It’s handy if you have a billion images in a huge presentation file.

Simply open the file in, for example, 7-Zip (right-click on the file and choose to open it with 7-Zip) and then you can extract all the contents.

LPT: You can rename any Office 2007 (or later) file (docx, xlsx, pptx) to .zip and extract its contents. [Reddit]


  • Handy. I’ll keep that one in the back of my mind along with the other tips like…..ummm….yeah.

  • There is an even easy method that doesn’t rely on other apps (well, with Word anyway and possibly PP too) – just save the word doc as a HTML file – all the piccies are saved as Jpg in a folder for you! Enjoy

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