Batch Document Image Replacer is a specialized software utility that can help you save a lot of time when it comes to quickly replacing various graphic files from your Word files.
The GUI of the application is highly intuitive, so you can easily set up the list of source files. You can drag and drop them onto the main window, or you can navigate to the location of each file separately.
You can add several DOC, DOCX, DOT, DOTX, RTF, ODT, DOTM and DOCM files, or you can import a list where each file path is stored in a different line.
Moreover, you can keep backups of the changed documents, as well as set Batch Document Image Replacer to explore the first output file.
There are two methods you can use to replace the images from your Word documents, and the first one is based on their order.
More specifically, you can choose to process the first, second etc. image from the beginning or from the end, then select its type (shape, inline shape or both). The last step is to load the target picture (PNG, JPEG, GIF, BMP) and preview it.
The second method you can turn to is to let Batch Document Image Replacer analyze your files, then identify the available graphics, so you can replace only the ones you need.
It needs to be mentioned that Microsoft Word is required for this step to complete successfully.
In a nutshell, Batch Document Image Replacer is meant to help you waste less time and energy when you need to change the pictures in your Word files with new ones, without even opening the documents first.