Yes, but doesn't that render the extracted graphics as .jpgs? I
strongly believe that .jpg is not the best graphic format to use for
technical publications. Everyone's usage may vary and a lot depends
on how the graphics were inserted in the Word doc in the first place,
but .jpgs don't work for me; nor can I edit them. I prefer vector
when possible and when not, I'll save out as .tif. But I don't have
to make that decision if I let Acrobat extract as .eps. Even if the
Word graphics are bitmaps, they don't lose any information when
converted to .eps.
At 12:59 PM 6/5/2014, Robert Lauriston wrote:
You don't need to convert Word to PDF to extract images. Save the Word
doc as .docx if it's not already, make a copy, change the extension
from .docx to .zip, extract the files, and the images are all in
On Thu, Jun 5, 2014 at 11:53 AM, Carol J. Elkins
> When I need to convert a Word book into Frame, the workflow I use is to
> print the Word book to PDF, open the PDF in Acrobat, and export all of the
> graphics as .eps files.
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