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154 Extracting images from a Word document

154 Extracting images from a Word document: InDesign Secrets
154 Extracting images from a Word document: InDesign Secrets

It's possible to import a Word document and place it within an InDesign template. When you import this Word file, you import all the text, along with the images embedded in the document. These images are now planted in the InDesign document. However, if you want to edit these images, you must first extract them. This step-by-step online InDesign tutorial reveals the secret trick to extracting images from a Word document.

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