Images are, mostly, an integral part of any document, especially for reports and presentations. Akin to the saying that goes “A picture is worth a thousand words”, where words are not enough to explain something, a picture easily does the job. Sometimes, we need to extract images from documents for any particular reason. However, extracting images from a documents involves manually saving each image, which can be quite a tedious task particularly if there is a large number of images or multiple documents stored in your computer. Office Image Extraction Wizard is an application that you can you out in this regard. The application allows you to extract images from Microsoft Office documents in batch process. The application lets you save the images either to the original folder, or it can create separate folders for images extracted from different documents. Coupled with an easy to use interface, it can come handy amidst various situations. Let’s see how the application works.
The main window is based on a miniscule design. The wizard takes you through the whole image extraction process, and you need to click Start on the welcome window to get started. The Input & Output window lets you select the document you want to extract images from, and the output folder where the extract images will be saved. You may also enable Create a folder here. Click Next after selecting the Document and Output Folder. Currently, DOCX, PPTX, XLSX, ODT, ODP, ODS, EPUB and CBZ document formats are supported by the application.
Select Batch Mode at the bottom to extract images from multiple documents. You will see that there is an Add Files button on the left, click it to add documents to the list - define Output Folder and choose if the application should create separate folders for each document from the right. After all the settings are in place, click Next to continue.
In the succeeding step, click Finish to exit the wizard. That’s it, you are done now. The extracted images will be saved in the destination folder.
Office Image Extraction Wizard is on version 2.0 as of this review. Its an ultra-light tool and use only a few percents of your system resources and the extraction of the images works like a charm. The application works with all 32-bit and 64-bit versions of Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7 and Windows 8.