How to convert Microsoft Word 2016 document to JPEG

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I just create a brand new resume in Microsoft Word 2016 (that's on Windows 10) and it's currently saved as a .DOCX file. Now, I would like to upload it to LinkedIn as an image (JPEG). How can I do that?
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You can use a screen capture app like the snipping tool in WIndows, Irfanview or a number of others. The issue is if your resume is over 1 page you would need to capture each page separately. Why not save it as a PDF, last I knew that format is supported.

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  • Subhendu Sen
    Other than tools, just open the word file and press printscreen (Print Scrn) key on keyboard and open MS paint and just press ctrl + V to paste the same. Now save as .jpg or other picture format.
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