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Is there a way to save a Microsoft Clip Art image as a JPEG or GIF file? I want to use some of the clip art images that I found in Office for a web site, but I don't seem to be able to save them in either of these formats. All I can do is copy and paste them. Help!
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Question by:redfox40
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Take a screenshot of them, trim them up in Photoshop, and save the result as a JPEG.
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PaintShop Pro can open them in their native wmf format (and save them as jpgs or gifs).  Alternatively, you can copy & paste an image from an Office document & save it in either of the web-friendly formats.
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Another, albeit weirder but free, way to save 'em is to paste 'em into an Office document, save the document as a web page and it'll create a sub-directory with the gif/jpg in it.
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