You need to be able to open and print your original document in order to create a JPG image. For example, to create a JPG from a Word document, you would need to have Microsoft Word, or another application that can open and print Word documents, installed on your computer.
JPG or JPEG?
JPEG stands for Joint Photographic Experts Group, which is the name of the committee that created the image file format. Both JPG and JPEG can be used as file extensions for this image type. The JPG file extension was originally used in older operating systems that could only support three-letter file extensions.
1.Open the document you want to convert into a JPG image.
2.Select File - Print from your application.
•In the Name: field choose the Raster Image Printer 11.0 from the list of printers.
•Click the OK button on the Print dialog (or the appropriate button on your application's print dialog) to send the document to the printer.
3.Choose where to save your JPG image from the Save Image File dialog.
•Use the Save in: field to choose a folder to store your JPG image. Your Documents folder will be selected for you by default.
•In the File name: field, enter a name for your JPG image. A default name for your image has been filled in based on the name your application used when it printed your document to the Raster Image Printer.
•In the Save as type: field select JPEG (*.jpg) as the type of file to create.
•Click the Save button to create the image. The image will be created in the chosen folder with the name specified.