How to Save Image from Excel as JPG (4 Simple Ways)

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In times of working with Microsoft Excel, we sometimes fall into the necessity of taking images. We can save the image from Excel in any format according to my wish. Here, I am going to explain in this article 4 simple ways to save image from Excel as JPG. I hope it may come to help Excel users.

For more simplification, I am going to use a dataset of Annual Exam results of a school in Student, Physics, Chemistry, and Math columns.

How to Save Image from Excel as JPG


Save Image from Excel as JPG: 4 Simple Ways

1. Utilizing Copy as Picture Command to Save Image as JPG

In order to save the image as jpg, we can also utilize the Copy as Picture command.

Steps:

  • Select the cells that you want to have as a jpg image.
  • Next, click on the Home tab.
  • Click on the button from the Copy option to have extended Copy options.
  • From the available options, choose Copy as Picture.

A Copy Picture wizard will appear.

  • Pick the As shown on screen option from the Appearance section.
  • Choose Picture from the Format section.
  • Afterward, hit on the OK button.

Thus, an image will be generated.

  • Now, press CTRL + C to copy the image.
  • Open another software like Paint, MS Word, etc., and Paste it there. Here, I pasted the image on Paint.

How to Save Image from Excel as JPG

  • After that, go to the File tab.
  • Pick the Save as option.
  • Along with that, select the JPEG picture option.

  • Next, choose the download location.
  • In the Save as type option, we will be able to see the JPG
  • Finally, press Save to have the image in jpg format.

How to Save Image from Excel as JPG

Now, you can verify the image by opening it. It will be in JPG format.


2. Using Excel Camera Tool to Save Image as JPG

We can also use the Excel Camera tool to save images in jpg. Let’s see the procedure.

Steps:

  • Firstly, go to the File tab.
  • Then, choose Options.

How to Save Image from Excel as JPG

  • Choose the Quick Access Toolbar option from the Excel options
  • Check that the Choose commands from box is in Commands Not in the Ribbon mode.
  • Then, pick the Camera option.
  • Click on add to add that option on the Quick Access Toolbar.

We will be able to see the addition on Quick Access Toolbar from Customize Quick Access Toolbar.

  • Press OK to finish the addition process.

How to Save Image from Excel as JPG

Now, we can see the Camera icon on the Quick Access Toolbar.

  • Now, select the cell you want to take the image from.
  • Then, click on the image icon.

How to Save Image from Excel as JPG

We will be able to see the image area highlighted.

  • Press CTRL + C to copy the image.

  • Now, paste it into your preferred software to paste the picture.

How to Save Image from Excel as JPG

  • After that, go to the File tab.
  • Next, pick the Save as option.
  • Along with that, select the JPEG picture option.

Thus, we can have the image in jpg in your preferred location.

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3. Applying Copy and Paste Command to Save Image as JPG

You can use the traditional Copy and Paste method to save image as jpg.

Steps:

  • Select the cells that you want to have as image.
  • Then, go to the Insert tab.
  • From the ribbon, choose Recommended Charts.

How to Save Image from Excel as JPG

An Insert Chart wizard will appear.

  • Click on the All Charts tab.
  • Go to Column.
  • From the available options, choose your chart pattern.
  • Press OK to have the chart.

Thus, we will have our chart.

  • Then, press CTRL + C to copy the image.

How to Save Image from Excel as JPG

  • After that, open another software like Paint, MS Word, etc, and Paste it there. Here, I pasted the image on Paint.

  • Next, go to the File tab.
  • Choose the Save as option.
  • Along with that, select the JPEG picture option.

How to Save Image from Excel as JPG

Thus, we can save the image as jpg inputting the preferred location.


4. Use of Snipping Tool to Save Image from Excel as JPG

Snipping Tool is an amazing feature to take images and convert them in the format according to the user’s need. It’s common to have the tool if you are using Microsoft Windows operating system.  We can use Snipping Tool to save image as jpg.

Steps:

  • Go to the Search option.
  • Write Snipping Tool in the writing section.
  • Click on the Snipping Tool command.

  • Thus, we can have the Snipping Tool appear on the screen.
  • Next, go to the Mode
  • From there, select Rectangular Snip.

How to Save Image from Excel as JPG

  • Then, click on New to take the image.

  • After taking the image shot, click on the File menu.
  • Then, select the Save As option.

How to Save Image from Excel as JPG

  • Followingly, select the location on the PC to save the image.
  • Then, choose the JPEG file option from the save as type option.
  • Finally, click on Save to finish the process.

Thus, we can save image as jpg.

How to Save Image from Excel as JPG


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Conclusion

That’s all for the article. In this article, I have tried to elaborate on 4 simple ways to save image from Excel as JPG. It will be a matter of great pleasure for me if this article could help any Excel user even a little. For any further queries, comment below.


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