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Convert word file to image file

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Can I convert a word file to an image file?
Office 2007 academic edition.

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you have to options:

1. you can have a screenshot of your document by pressing (ALT) + (Print Scrn) Buttons on your keyboard, with your document opened in work and maximized to the level you want to see in your image.
  now you have the image in clipboard, and you can past it anywhere, even inside the word document itself.
   you may want to crop the image of the application around your document,; use ms paint, or word itself to do so.

2. you can download a print to pdf driver, which is an emulation for a printer on your machine, where you can select is and print from the word, to have your document converted to pdf or jpeg according to your choice.
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