Re: How to remove pictures embedded into word document


 

Rasak,

          This can be done with the Find and Replace command, which you can open with CTRL+H.

          In the find field enter "^g" (a caret or circumflex, followed immediately by g without the quotes) and in the replace field enter nothing, since you're trying to remove the graphics.  The carat G represents any graphic (image) in the document.

          Hit ALT+A to activate the Replace All button and this should have removed all images in the file, leaving only text.  Then activate the close button on the Find and Replace dialog.

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