How to Convert Your Word Document to a JPG File

Xiaobai Software  2022-03-11 10: 23  read 188 views

WordFiles are often meant to be shared, and Microsoft includes a suite of tools to make sharing and collaboration easy.But sometimes, you want nothing in the document to be changed, then the easiest solution is to put yourWordThe file is saved as a PDF, but what if you want to insert text in another file?In this case, you may need to convert Word toJPG.

JPGGraphics are easy to share with others and easy to insert into many different kinds of files, and if your JPG content is just text in Word, it's usually a small file too.

How to Convert a Page in Word to JPG

There is no one-click way to convert Word to JPG in Word, however, there are different methods you can use to complete the process.

In Windows:

1. Start Word with the text you want to turn into JPG.If necessary, use the zoom slider in the bottom right corner of Word to ensure all text is visible.

2. Search for and select Snipping Tool in the Windows search bar.

3. In the Snipping Tool, click New, and then drag a selection box around the text in Word that you want to convert to JPG.

Click New in the Snipping Tool and snap any text you want to save as JPG.

4. In the Clipping tool, click Save Clipping (floppy disk icon).

5. In the "Save As" dialog box, click the "Save as type" drop-down menu and select JPG.Then name your file and click save.

After clicking the save icon, set the file type to JPG and save the image.

On Mac:

1. Start Word with the text you want to turn into JPG, and use the zoom slider in the lower right corner to make sure all the text you want to capture is visible on the screen at once.

2. Press Cmd+Shift+4 on your keyboard, then drag a selection frame around the text in Word that you want to convert to JPG.

3. Once the screenshot appears on the desktop, double-click it.

4. In the menu bar, choose File, and then choose Export.Change the format to JPEG and click Save.

Once the screenshot is saved to the desktop, it can be exported as a JPG.

How to Paste Text as JPG in Word

If you don't want to use the above method, here is a simpler method that you can do directly in Word:

In Windows:

1. Start Word with the text you want to insert as JPG.

2. Select the text and copy (press Ctrl+C on the keyboard).

3. Right-click in the document where you want to insert text.In the popup menu, find the Paste Options section and click on the picture (the third paste icon).

4. The text will appear in the document as a picture frame, which you can edit and format, but the text inside the frame is now an image and you cannot make changes.

After selecting text in Word, use the picture icon in the paste options to paste it into the document.

On Mac:

1. Start Word with the text you want to insert as JPG.

2. Select the text and copy it (press Cmd + C on the keyboard).

3. Press Ctrl + Click to see the pop-up menu, then select Paste Special...

4. In the Paste Special dialog box, select PDF and click OK.The text will be inserted into the document in a non-editable format, just as if you had inserted it as a JPG.

Third-party conversion methods

The above methods are great for converting small amounts of text, but not very practical if you have a lot of text and want to convert the entire file to JPG.

If this happens to you, consider using a third-party converter.The fastest and easiest on the market isConvertio, which is an online free file converter.Let's see how to use it:

1. Open in a web browserConvertio.

2. Click "Choose File" and select the Word file you want to convert.

3. Make sure the "To" drop-down list is set to JPG, then click "Convert".

4. It will take some time to convert the file.Once done, click Download and retrieve the file from the Downloads folder.

Convertio will convert Word documents to JPG files.

All of the above methods will allow you to easily convert Word documents to JPG files, and it is very simple. Which one you prefer depends on your own situation.



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