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Converting doc file into jpg file

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I want to convert this document (attached) into a jpeg file - what can i use to do so??
A1-Telecoms-LETTERHEAD2.docx
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None of these will keep it in good quality printable format from my experience.
How can this be done?
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Universal Document Converter: http://www.word-to-jpeg.com/
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Hi,

Maybe create a pdf and then use gimp or another software to convert in jpeg
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None of these provide a hi-res image - seems best way is to redesign in Gimp?
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Once pasted as picture I was able to import into Gimp and save as hires jpg
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by:David Johnson, CD, MVP
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snippet tool ... camtasia jing... plus many others can take a screenshot
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The print quality is whats lacking....
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by:David Johnson, CD, MVP
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then don't use jpg as it is a lossy protocol.. png/.tiff/.bmp are better
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by:shaunwingin
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I tried them but same issue - a screen shot in my opinion is of a low resolution, unless I'm mistaken.
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by:Paul Sauvé
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FYI: Here is my result when I print the doc file with BullZip pdf printer as jpg:BullZip as jpgEDIT: I cropped the letter sized page to show just the header...
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tx, but the logo has lines in it. I had same problem...
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by:Paul Sauvé
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I see no difference in the logos in the docx file - unless I really missed some subtlety.
A1-Telecoms-LETTERHEAD2.docx
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The bottom one shows feint lines through it to my eyes...
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by:Paul Sauvé
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Yep - I see the lines!

I tried a screenshot (with Win7 snipping tool) & it did a better job!
A1-Telecoms-LETTERHEAD2.docx
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what about taking a picture of it?  then you have a high quality jpg
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