Sometimes when we work with Excel as a tool for displaying information and doing some comparison across many items, we may add a bunch of photos into our Excel
Imagine that you are preparing a comparison for different models of airplanes, you may include a photo for Boeing 737, AirBus A380, etc.
When we have to archive the content, very often we also want to extract the photos out from Excel into separate files in a folder. How can we extract images from Excel?
Option 1 Copy and Paste
If you only have less than 5 images to extract, you may consider using this copy and paste method.
Just copy the image and paste it into wherever you needed it to be.
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Option 2 Save as picture
Step 1: Right click the picture
Step 2: Select “Save as picture” from the list
Option 3 Save as HTML file
Although both option 1 and option 2 work perfectly, they may appear to be too time-consuming when you have more than 10 images to extract.
That’s why I am going to introduce this hack – save as HTML file.
Step 1: Save the Excel document as a HTML file
A folder will be created automatically after you finish this step.
Step 2: Check out the automatically created folder
All images are extracted from the Excel to the newly created folder. You are good to go.
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