Uploading jpg files into Confluence

I am new to Confluence. When I have uploaded Word documents that contain jpg files, and then look at the
images in Confluence after upload,  those images are not as sharp as the image that was uploaded from the Word document–it is sometimes hard to read text or get exact detail. 

I am getting a fuzzy looking picture. Is there a way to prevent this?

 

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Davin Studer Community Champion Oct 22, 2014

Not really. Ideally, the goal would be to create real wiki pages instead of uploading Word documents and displaying them in the wiki. If you really need a Word document then you can export the real wiki page to Word or if you need a less editable version then you could export to PDF. Confluence does a fair job of rendering Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Acrobat files, but it isn't any of those programs so it cannot do all of the features of those programs.

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