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How can I save all images inside in a .docx to TIFF format?

We intend to submit an article with the requirement that all its figures are shipped separately in TIFF format.

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You could open the .DOCX file with a Zip decompression utility (either the one built into Windows, or perhaps 7-Zip or alike).

Once you have it open you can navigate to the "Word" folder contained in the file, and the "Media" sub-folder inside that.

In there you should see all of your images (etc.), and you can just copy/drag-n-drop them out onto the desktop, or another working folder.

Once you have that done you can use you favorite batch image processor to convert them to TIFF.

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