Want to extract all images from Microsoft Word document quickly? Do you want to extract images from a large PowerPoint file in a jiffy? Then check out the free Office Image Extraction Wizard. We all know that it’s possible to save images inserted in Microsoft Office documents by right-clicking on the image file and then clicking Save as picture option. Although the procedure is quite simple, this method gets tedious when we need to save tens of images from Office documents. Office Image Extraction Wizard Free If you have an Office document such as Word or PowerPoint and want to extract all images from the document quickly, Office Image Extraction Wizard is the ideal tool for the job. The current version of Office Image Extraction Wizard supports Microsoft Office files and formats created using Office 97 or later versions. In other words, it can extract images from documents created using Office 97, 2000, 2003, Office 2007, Microsoft Office 2010, and Office 2013. In addition to that, it is also capable of extracting images from documents created using OpenOffice, Libre Office, StarOffice, and Apple iWorks. The free Office Image Extraction Wizard can also be used to extract images from .xps, .oxps, .chm, .epub, .fb2, .cbz, .dwfx, and .swf files. The program is extremely easy-to-use, even for novice users. The wizard-style interface makes extracting images a simple job. To extract images from an Office document, you need to follow these steps: Extracting images using Office Image Extraction Wizard Step 1: Visit the developer’s page and download the Office Image Extraction Wizard setup. Step 2: Run the installer and follow easy on-screen instructions to get it installed. Step 3: Launch Office Image Extraction Wizard. Click the Next button. Step 4: Here, under the Document section, click the browse button to select the document from which you want to extract image files. Under the Output folder section, select a location to save extracted image files. As you can see in the above image, the tool also supports batch mode, allowing you to extract images from multiple documents at once. To select multiple documents, check the Batch Mode box and then select the documents by clicking the Add Files button. Step 5: Click Next, and then click the Start button to extract images from the selected document(s). That’s it! The only downside of the program is its inability to extract images from PDF files (see how to extract text from PDF files). Yes, the current version of Office Image Extraction Wizard doesn’t support portable document format files. While there is a tool from the developer of Office Image Extraction Wizard to extract images from PDF files, it’s not free. If you have a PDF file, you can first convert the same to Word and then use Office Image Extraction Wizard to extract images. To extract images from PDF files, you can go for free online services, as well.