Creating a document seems quite easy. Today, almost anyone can use Word software and just play with it. But we often get stuck at the point where we have to remove images from your word document.
Take, for instance, a client sends you a bunch of Word files with images, how do you intend to extract the images and transfer them to the right place? One way is to copy and paste, but this is time-consuming, and sending in a .zip file will affect the quality of the image.
This can be frustrating at times, but not so anymore. But thankfully, we have discovered quick and easy hacks for extracing images on Microsoft Word, Google Slides, Google Docs, and PDFs, in particular. But generally, these hacks can be adapted to smoothen the experience of extracting images from any device.
1. Pull out Images from a PDF Document – Use PDF Bear
Take, for instance, you download a large PDF document and go through it. While doing this, you come across one to two images you would love to save to use later, but you’re unable to. And that’s simply because you can neither edit, copy, or extract any image. This nifty tool allows you to easily convert PDF to JPG free!
The story would be different if you knew how to edit it. And here is a simple trick to do that;
- Just right-click, a toolbar will pop up.
- choose Select Tool.
- after that, click on the image and it will darken. Once this is done,
- right-click on the image and a copy image tap will display.
- open any image editing app of your choice.
PDFBear is very simple and efficient in converting PDF to JPG.
- Simply choose the PDF files you want to convert; it will turn them into JPG images with high quality.
- Wait for the conversion to finish.
- Your file is ready for download.
2. How to Remove Images From Microsoft Word
Images on Microsoft Word could be challenging to remove. This is so because, unlike Google Docs where you can operate online and make changes easily, MS Word is more of an offline software one uses specifically for typing purposes. As a result of this, many people totally ignore the entire image extracting idea.
So, how can one remove an image from Microsoft Word? Quite simple, but only to a few persons. To pull out an image (and every image in the document) here’s what to do;
- So will have to save the document as either a Web Page.
- When you do this, a new folder will appear in the same place that you saved the document as a web page.
- In this folder, you will see all the images in the document.
- The pretty part is all these images will display in the same order they did in the Word document and will even be numbered. Not forgetting that the original document will be excluded. With this, you can remove the images.
3. Extracting Images from Google Docs
Most people move images from google docs to different apps by copying and pasting simply because it’s an online tool that works effectively just for that. However, this makes the images resize. It is also tedious and time-consuming.
Another way this could be done better is:
- First, open the document on Google Docs.
- After which you click on the file, then go further to download and it will go straight to your computer.
- Go to your Downloads folder and you will see that all the images in the Google Doc are neatly saved in the folder titled “images.”
4. How to Take Out Images from Google Slides
In Google Slides, there’s no direct way to save images or download them to your computer. This makes it quite challenging to remove images in it. As such, most people avoid it.
Nevertheless, we have discovered a simple hack on how to get around this problem. And here it is;
- First, select all the images you wish to download, right-click and select copy.
- Open a new Google Doc and click on Edit and Paste. Instantly, the image will appear in the new document.
- Do this with all the images you wish to remove from the Google slides.
- Once, this is done, simply follow the steps outlined for removing images from Google Docs. Remember to save them in your operating system.
5. How to Extract Images from PowerPoint
There are two very important steps in removing images from PowerPoint.
- You must set your File Explorer so that it will show the file names
- For this to be done, simply open File Explorer.
- On the top left of your screen, click View and rename Your Presentation.
- The next thing you will have to do is to change your PowerPoint file from .pptx to .zip.
- To do this, simply right-click your file and select the Rename option.
- Change the file extension from .pptx to .zip. A dialog box will appear, simply click Yes when a dialog box appears.
Then your new .zip file will contain all the images that were in your PowerPoint presentation.
In conclusion, we all know, using images in your posts will increase your views by 94%. But then, it is not always that easy to find the perfect image. And when you find it, there’s the last hurdle of copying and saving it to your operating system so that you can use it whenever you wish to.
The good news is, these five simple hacks will make it easy to remove images. They are all you need to know and stay prepared for whenever you want to grab that perfect image. And if you are one that reviews documents, it makes your work easier.
No more wasting time removing images one after the other by copying and pasting. And you will also be able to maintain or improve the quality of the image with these simple tips. Your images will still remain intact and exactly in the same order as they were before you touched them.
Salman Zafar is an ecopreneur, consultant, advisor, speaker and journalist with expertise in waste management, waste-to-energy, renewable energy, environment protection, conservation and sustainable development. His geographical areas of focus include Asia, Middle East, Africa and Europe. Salman is the Founder of EcoMENA, a popular voluntary organization based in Qatar. He is also the Founder and CEO of BioEnergy Consult, a reputed consulting firm active in biomass, waste-to-energy and waste management segments.
Salman is a professional environmental writer with more than 350 popular articles to his credit. He is proactively engaged in creating mass environmental awareness in different parts of the world.
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