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  • word gives you several different ways to add pictures to your documents.

  • You can use your own or you can search for something in the online picture library, which includes stock photos, clip art and other graphic.

  • Resource is in this example.

  • I want to start by adding the company logo to the top margin of the document.

  • The file is already saved to my computer, so inserting it should be pretty easy.

  • Just go to the insert tab, then click the pictures command from here.

  • Select the image you want.

  • You may need to navigate toe where it saved on your computer, Then click the insert button and it will be added to your document.

  • Remember, I wanted the image positioned in the very top margin, but watch what happens when I try to move it.

  • They're using the Dragon drop method.

  • It doesn't work because the current text wrapping setting won't allow it.

  • Text wrapping controls the position of the image and the way the rest of your document wraps around it.

  • To move the image freely will need to change the text wrapping, setting to something other than the default.

  • First, make sure the image is selected then look to the format tab.

  • From here.

  • You can use position to choose one of the pre defined layouts, or you can close the position menu and try the wrap text command.

  • If you want a little more control for a convenient shortcut, you can even access some of these options from the layout button.

  • Here.

  • Thes four options are a good choice.

  • If the picture is in the main part of your document, for example, next to an article, we'll take another look at them at the end of this video.

  • This time, I'm going to choose in front of text so I could move the image around wherever I want.

  • Just drag and drop the image wherever you want it to go.

  • You can even use the arrow keys on your keyboard to gently nudge it into place.

  • And there I think that looks good.

  • Now, if you find yourself in a situation where you'd like to add a picture, but you don't have anything suitable of your own, that's okay.

  • Word gives you access to thousands of images from other sources online.

  • All you have to do is go to the insert tab and click the online Pictures command.

  • From here, you can use Bing to search the Web for stock photos, clip art and other graphics.

  • Or you can access images from your one drive account.

  • If you have any stored there, you can also just browse the image categories.

  • If you need any ideas, let's try a Web search.

  • Just type your search term in the box, then press enter on your keyboard by default.

  • Being on Lee shows images that air licensed under Creative Commons, which means it's okay to use them in your own projects.

  • Just to be safe, though, you should check the Images website to make sure there aren't any restrictions.

  • To find that website, click the icon in the bottom right corner oven image and follow the link you see here.

  • This image looks good and should be perfect for the newsletter.

  • I'm working on Thio.

  • Insert it.

  • I'm going to click the thumbnail than the insert button, and it will be added to the document to change the size of an image.

  • All you have to do is click and drag the sizing handles here.

  • You may also have to hold the shift key to keep the same proportions.

  • Now we can adjust our text wrapping settings again.

  • Make sure the images selected, then click the wrap text command on the format tab.

  • This time I want something that will place the image not behind or in front of the text, but positioned alongside it.

  • As you can see from the preview Square would be a good choice.

  • So would the tight option, which causes the text to sort of hug the image.

  • If the image has a transparent background, I think I'm going to go with tight and then move the picture to the right side of the article.

  • Whether you have your own pictures or you found something in the online collection, the right image recon really make your document pop.

  • Now you know a few different ways to add and position images, so you get the right combination of pictures and text G.

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word gives you several different ways to add pictures to your documents.

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    林宜悉 posted on 2020/10/23
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