Upload a DOCX file to extract and download all images contained within it.
This tool allows you to extract images embedded in DOCX (Word) files. It provides a user-friendly interface to quickly retrieve and download images without the need for external software or internet connection. All processing is done locally on your computer, ensuring the privacy and security of your data.
No. The tool operates completely offline, ensuring that no data, including the DOCX files or the extracted images, is sent to our servers. We prioritize user data security and confidentiality.
Currently, our tool supports extraction from one DOCX file at a time. However, the process is fast and straightforward, allowing you to quickly extract images from multiple files sequentially.
The extractor can retrieve various image formats, including JPEG, PNG, and GIF, embedded within the DOCX file. Once extracted, you can view and download these images individually or collectively as a ZIP file.
If you need assistance or have any questions regarding the tool, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Our team is eager to assist and address any concerns you might have.
No, the Image Extractor from DOCX is web-based and does not require any special software installation. All you need is a modern web browser to access and use the tool.
The images are not stored on any server. They are extracted in real-time and presented to you. Once you close the tool or refresh the page, the extracted images are no longer accessible, ensuring your data's privacy.
While there's no strict file size limit, very large DOCX files might take longer to process or might experience performance issues on devices with limited resources. We recommend using DOCX files of reasonable sizes for optimal performance.
Yes, the Image Extractor from DOCX is designed to be responsive and can be used on both desktop and mobile devices. However, for the best experience and performance, we recommend using it on a desktop or laptop.
The tool extracts images in the quality they are stored in the DOCX file. If an image appears of lower quality, it's likely because of its original quality in the Word document. The tool does not modify or compress the images during extraction.