Extracting images from your Office documents can be a painstaking task, since you typically need to go through each file individually.

Batch Extract Images from Office can help you automate this process, thus saving both time and energy. You only need to make sure you have Microsoft Office installed on your PC.

The main window of the application is highly intuitive, as you only need to add the source documents. You can do so either via drag and drop, or by manually browsing the location of each Office file.

You can add individual files, entire folder or even lists, as long as you make sure each line contains a full file path. It goes without saying that you can remove the items you are not interested in, while also replacing the default output folder with a custom directory of your choosing.

Since it requires Office files to fully work, Batch Extract Images from Office supports all the source formats you would expect: Word (DOC, DOCX, DOT, DOX, RTF, ODT, DOCM, DOTM), PowerPoint (PPT, POT, PPS, PPTX, PPTM, POTX, POTM, PPSX, PPSM) and Excel (XLS, XLT, XLSX, XLSM, XLTX, XLTM, XLSN, XLW).

Once you are satisfied with the source list, you need to take some time to define the filename pattern for the extracted images. There are several macros you can experiment with, such as counter, file date, document filename, file date and time.

The target file format can also be selected, and the available options are PNG, GIF, JPG, and BMP. The JPEG quality level can also be adjusted.

To wrap it up, Batch Extract Images from Office can come in handy when you want to quickly extract graphic contents from a flurry of Office files.