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what do you mean? .doc is a microsoft word document and .gif is an image file, right?

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A M$ .doc is just code - ascii text plus formatting code for colours, shapes, arrangement; a .gif is a coded image map of pixels, the code may contain instructions for presenting multiple images [if they exist] embedded in the .gif file, and the two are way different. You will need some software. Take a screenshot of your doc with printscreen or a specialised screenshot reader such as ABBYY's, save the image as a .jpg, then use a software such as Adobe ImageReady or Ulead GIF Animator to convert and save as .gif.
Then rename without the extension.
It works.... I just tested it.

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If thats what is needed, couldn't you just screenshot the document and then paste it into MS Paint and then Save the file as a .gif image

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Yes!...which is the process I pointed out.. diffren n better s'wares is all...
And until you mentioned it, I had never ever opened M$ Paint. Dunno whether to thank you or not...:)

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sorry should of said i just need it as .gif encoding not the words in the .gif

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