Friday, March 03, 2006

Tutorial on Adding Graphics to Word Documents

From inter alia by way of the BarclayBlog comes a tip about the free online tutorial provided by Microsoft for adding graphics to Word documents. According to its introduction, you can use the tutorial to "[l]earn how to insert many types of graphics into your Microsoft Word document and position them exactly where and how you want, including inside or alongside a block of text." Its goals are to enable you to:

  • Identify a variety of graphic types that you can use in a document.
  • Insert those graphics.
  • Resize, group, and rotate graphics.
  • Precisely position a graphic on the page.
  • Align a graphic with text, including wrapping text around it.
  • Keep a graphic in place by using an anchor.

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