There are several ways to accomplish this task. One of them is the approach suggested by Alex: retrieve each image and compare it with a stored image. This will allow you to use all TestComplete comparison features. However, enumerating the images may require some scripting. We are planning to create and publish a sample script which will demonstrate this approach - if you fail to implement the task yourself, you can just wait while we create the sample - I'll publish a link here when the sample is published. However, that's not a priority task for us, so it may take long to create a script. BTW, I would appreciate it if you provided us with the Word files you need to compare - as an example for our testing purposes.
Another approach is to export the documents to the RTF format - in this case, the images will be stored as plain text, and you will be able to compare the two RTF files as plain text files which contain embedded images and the RTF markup. Please see the "File Checkpoints" help topic ( http://www.automatedqa.com/support/v....aspx?aid=8354 ) for more information on how to compare text files with TestComplete.