With the document open, you can do a screen capture by pressing the Print Screen key, then open Paint and paste the screen capture image into it. Then select the image area and “copy”. Open a new blank file in Paint and paste the image into it. It worked for me, anyway.
(Dunno why the image is not dispalying…hold on…)
(Answer…bmp image cannot be displayed for some reason.)
Note: If you open the document file in Word, don’t click on the image before doing the screen capture, or you get little squares at the corners and edges. If you then copy the whole image into Paint, you have to wipe out the marks manually, as I did. Alternatively, if you use Microsoft Word Viewer instead of Word to view the file, you won’t get the little squares even if you click on the image, because it is not an editing program. First you have to download and install Word Viewer, then open the program and “open a new file”. For a file on the internet, you can copy the URL for the name of the file to open.
p.s. Does anyone know whether there is a way to make Word Viewer the helper program for viewing .doc files in Internet Explorer, instead of Word?
p.p.s. I will remove the above image after a while, because the web space is not really mine - I just manage it.