How To Extract Images From PowerPoint


I had a PowerPoint file that contained over 200 images and I needed the images for another project. I could have right-clicked each picture and downloaded them one at a time, but I thought there should be a better way. 

Then I remembered that the XML format (the PPTX file) is a compressed file. I right-clicked on the file and changed the extension to ZIP. I skipped over the warning about changing the extension and then double-clicked the file to open it. 

It contained a file and folders. I extracted them and opened the PPT folder. 

Inside PPT was a folder named media


All the images used in the PowerPoint presentation were right there as JPEG files. 

I knew there was an easier way than saving them one at a time. Another tool for the toolbox. 

Dick


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Dick Evans

Dick Evans has been in the tech industry for more than fifty years. Beginning his career in the '60s on IBM mainframes, he has been a Programmer, a Data Processing Manager (now called Information Systems Manager), a Consultant, an Assistant Professor, and a Writer. He has been published in a number of computer publications and has spoken at conferences here in the US and abroad. He is currently retired from the faculty at Rhode Island College and consulting/writing part-time, holding teaching seminars, and maintaining a number of Web sites. He maintains a blog with technical “stuff” and has a Web site at rwevans.com.

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