How to Convert a Word Document to a JPEG File
Microsoft Word is a word processing program that is part of the Microsoft Office suite of business productivity applications. Word saves its files in a DOC format, but there may be times when you need to send a document to someone and they don't have Microsoft Word. You can convert the document to a JPEG so that it can be opened in a simple picture viewer, such as Windows Live Photo Gallery.
Launch Microsoft Word and create a document.
Be sure the portion of the document you want to save as a .jpg file is visible on your computer screen.
Windows 7 and most versions of Windows Vista come with the Snipping Tool. The Snipping Tool is an easy way to take a screen shot. Click the Windows "Start" menu, select "All Programs," choose "Accessories," select "System Tools" and click "Snipping Tool."
Drag your cursor from the top left corner of the page to the bottom right corner of the page to select the page.
Click "Save" and choose where you want to save the file. Select JPEG from the drop-down menu and click "Save."
Tips & Warnings
- If your document is more than one page long, you'll need to repeat the process for each page.