How To Extract Images From Office Documents eBooks and Comics

All of us are well aware of office documents formats like docx/docm, pptx/pptm, epub, etc. These are the most used documents formats nowadays and pulling out image from each of them isn’t easy job if done manually.

Some of you might know how to extract images from docx and ppt files, but there are many out there who don’t know how to do it. What I’m going to show is the easiest and hassle free way to extract images from office document formats, so this goes for the knowing ones also.

In order to extract images from the office documents all you have to do is follow these steps:

1). Download and Install Office Image Extraction Wizard from here.

2). Specify the target file in the Document box as shown below.

office image extraction wizard

3). Choose the Output folder where you want your images to be extracted.

4). Now click Next and then press the Start button, your images will be processed in no time.

office image extraction wizard extraction finished

All the images of your office document have been processed to your desired output folder.

office image extraction wizard results

Here is the list of Supported Document Formats:

  • Microsoft Word 2007+ ( .docx / .docm )
  • Microsoft PowerPoint 2007+ ( .pptx / .pptm )
  • Microsoft Excel 2007+ ( .xlsx / .xlsm )
  • OpenDocument Text ( .odt )
  • OpenDocument Presentation ( .odp )
  • OpenDocument Spreadsheet ( .ods )
  • Electronic Publication Books ( .epub )
  • Comic Book Archive (.cbz )

Extract Images from PDF document

As Office Image Extraction Wizard doesn’t support PDF documents, there is a dedictaed tool called Some PDF Images Extract which works exactly as above and allows you to save images extracted from PDF as JPEG, PNG, GIF or TIFF file.

Click Here to Leave a Comment Below 3 comments
Ashish Mundhra - December 26, 2011

I use 7Zip to extract the .doc or .docx file … The media file contains the images used in the documents. Not tried it with other format though.

    Rohit Langde - December 26, 2011

    Even if you rename any Document file extension to ZIP, Open it with any application and you get the media folder inside it. Unfortunately only images in MS Office documents could be extracted using that trick. The mentioned software however works with other formats too including open Office and Comics.

nasir khan - December 30, 2011

vry nice article…good job


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