What do you do with a picture in a Word document? Although pictures in a Word document can be saved locally by right-clicking it as part of Office 2007, this approach is obviously cumbersome if you have more pictures in your document. If you are experiencing such problems, just follow the instructions below.
Start Microsoft Word (Word 2003, Word 2007, Word 2010), and open the Word document that you want to extract the pictures from.
Open the Save As dialog box, set Save type to Web page, give a filename (such as picture), and then click the Save button.
Save a document as a Web page
into the folder where the Web page files are located, you will find a name called "File name. Files" (such as "picture. Files"), into which the pictures in the previous Word document are stored in one.
Open Pictures folder
In Word 2010, you can do this if you want to extract a picture from a document.
Start Word 2010 and open the Word document that you want to extract the pictures from. Right-click the picture you want to extract, and then select the Save as Picture option on the shortcut menu that appears.
Save as Picture
In the "Save File" dialog box that appears, given a picture file name, click the "Save" button and the corresponding picture is saved separately.