Microsoft ® Office Word ® 2003 Preparing.


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Your STS, Tom Redd, presents:. Microsoft ® Office Word ® 2003 Preparing. Embed and position representation. Course substance. Outline: Include and position illustrations Lesson 1: Realistic nuts and bolts: Pictures and drawing objects Lesson 2: Embeddings a realistic. (Proceeded next slide.) .
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Your STS, Tom Redd, presents: Microsoft ® Office Word ® 2003 Training Insert and position representation

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Course substance Overview: Add and position illustrations Lesson 1: Graphic nuts and bolts: Pictures and drawing articles Lesson 2: Inserting a realistic (Continued on next slide.) Insert and position design

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Course substance, cont’d. Lesson 3: Positioning a realistic precisely where you need it Lesson 4: Floating representation and keeping them set up Each lesson incorporates a rundown of proposed assignments and an arrangement of test inquiries. Embed and position design

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Overview: Add and position representation No matter the reason and tone of your archive, deliberately set illustrations can include visual interest, bolster key focuses, and highlight data. Figure out how to embed numerous sorts of design into your Microsoft ® Word record and position them precisely where and how you need, including inside or adjacent to a piece of content. Embed and position illustrations

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Course objectives Identify a mixed bag of realistic sorts that you can use in an archive. Embed those illustrations. Resize, aggregate, and turn representation. Unequivocally position a realistic on the page. Adjust a realistic to content, including wrapping content around it. Keep a realistic set up by utilizing a grapple. Embed and position illustrations

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Lesson 1 Graphics rudiments: Pictures and drawing articles

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Graphics nuts and bolts: Pictures and drawing items Choosing a realistic begins off as a straightforward activity: On the Insert menu, you snap Picture . That is when things can begin to appear to be muddled. What does "From File" mean? What\'s the distinction between Clip Art and a New Drawing ? The Picture submenu Insert and position design

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About pictures and drawings You can utilize two fundamental sorts of representation to upgrade your reports: pictures and drawing items. The Picture submenu Insert and position representation

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About pictures and drawings See the picture at left. The main three orders on the submenu are for pictures, which exist freely from your report. The lower five summons are for drawing items, which you create from inside of Word. The Picture submenu Insert and position representation

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About pictures and drawings Pictures are design that were made somewhere else and that you bring into your archive. Drawing articles are illustrations that you produce from inside of Word. Illustrations are AutoShapes, drawings that you make sans preparation utilizing the New Drawing order, outlines, bends, lines, and different shapes. The Picture submenu Insert and position representation

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About pictures and drawings The sort of realistic you decide to embed is restricted just by your motivation and your inclination: Some sorts of illustrations, for example, cut workmanship, have a two-dimensional or drawn impact that can look alluring as a logo, fringe, or accent. The Picture submenu Insert and position design

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About pictures and drawings The kind of realistic you decide to embed is constrained just by your motivation and your inclination: A photographic picture may be best in a few cases. Graphs and association diagrams can pass on discriminating data in a business or scholastic archive. WordArt makes high-affect content. The Picture submenu Insert and position design

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More about pictures Imagine that you\'re making an easygoing notice to appropriate to your collaborators. Possibly you need to embed your organization logo, a checked photo from your last excursion, or even only a fun bit of clasp workmanship to bolster a point and make interest. A record with pictures Insert and position representation

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More about pictures See the picture at left. A photo made with Microsoft Paint. A bit of clasp workmanship. A photo. An archive with pictures Insert and position illustrations

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More about drawing items You\'re taking a shot at that same notice and conclude that you need to include a graph, an association outline, or possibly only a basic shape. In Word, you can make these sorts of representation from inside of your archive. A record with drawings Insert and position design

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More about drawing items See the picture at left. An AutoShape. An outline. An association outline. A record with drawings Insert and position design

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More about drawing protests These sorts of representation are called drawing articles, or drawings, and they vary from pictures in two or three key ways: Drawing items don\'t exist freely from the report; they aren\'t isolated documents with discrete document expansions. Drawing items don\'t look like photographic pictures; they’re generally level, two-dimensional. A record with drawings Insert and position representation

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More about attracting articles To embed a drawing item: Click Insert on the Drawing menu. You can utilize the Drawing toolbar to embed some drawing items, yet fundamentally you\'ll use it to change a drawing once it\'s embedded. A report with drawings Insert and position illustrations

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The drawing canvas The drawing canvas is a casing like environment that assists you with embeddings and mastermind an attracting or drawings your archive. It\'s particularly helpful when your drawing comprises of a few shapes. The drawing canvas Insert and position illustrations

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The drawing canvas When you embed a drawing, Word places it on the drawing canvas of course. By differentiation, the default conduct when you embed a photo is to insert the record into the report without utilizing the drawing canvas. The drawing canvas Insert and position design

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The attracting canvas To change the drawing canvas itself, utilize the Drawing Canvas toolbar. In the event that the toolbar does not show up consequently when you embed a drawing, right-tap the canvas, and select Show Drawing Canvas Toolbar . The drawing canvas Insert and position illustrations

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Test 1, question 1 The fundamental distinction in the middle of "pictures" and "drawings" is: (Pick one answer.) Pictures are representation that you bring into your report from an outside source; drawings are ones that you make inside of your record. Drawings are just suitable in casual reports, for example, occasion letters; for business-related material, it\'s best to utilize pictures. Making a drawing item obliges some creative abilities. So in the event that you need to embed one, you ought to be arranged to draw. Embed and position representation

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Test 1, question 1: Answer Pictures are design that you bring into your record from an outside source; drawings are ones that you make inside of your archive. Pictures exist as their own particular records, autonomous of your archive. Drawings are a real piece of your report, and their record arrangement is collapsed into your document\'s. Embed and position design

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Test 1, question 2 What\'s the essential part of the drawing canvas? (Pick one answer.) Creates a hued outskirt around a realistic. Assists you with embeddings and organize a drawing or drawings on the page. Assists you with embeddings and mastermind a photo or pictures on the page. Embed and position illustrations

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Test 1, question 2: Answer Helps you embed and organize a drawing or drawings on the page. The drawing canvas is an edge like environment that assists you with masterminding an attracting or drawings your archive; it\'s particularly valuable when your drawing comprises of a few shapes. Embed and position representation

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Test 1, question 3 To embed a drawing, you utilize the Picture charge on the Insert menu. (Pick one answer.) True. False. Embed and position design

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Test 1, question 3: Answer True. You embed drawings and pictures by utilizing the Picture charge. Embed and position illustrations

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Lesson 2 Inserting a realistic

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Inserting a realistic Inserting any sort of realistic starts in the same spot: the Picture submenu, which is situated on the Insert menu. After that, the particulars of realistic insertion may shift contingent upon precisely what kind of picture or drawing you have. The Picture submenu Insert and position illustrations

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Clip craftsmanship The times of photocopying printed clasp workmanship from a book and after that carefully cutting, situating, and photocopying are long over. Inquiry utilizing the Clip Art assignment sheet. Embed and position illustrations

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Clip craftsmanship Here’s how you’d addition cut workmanship: Click in the record where you need to embed the clasp craftsmanship. From the Picture submenu of the Insert menu, open the Clip Art assignment sheet. Pursuit utilizing the Clip Art assignment sheet. Use straightforward pivotal words to hunt down the topic you need. Browse the subsequent pictures. Embed and position design

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Pictures "from file" If you have a specific realistic close by that you need to utilize, for example, a photographic picture: Click From File on the Picture submenu. At that point find the realistic on your hard circle, server, Web website, or other area, and addition it specifically from that point. Embeddings a photo from a record Insert and position representation

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Pictures "from file" By default, the document is installed straightforwardly into your report and is spared with it whenever you spare the archive. On the off chance that you need to hold the scrape size down, you can connection to the photo, implying that rather than really putting the record inside your Word report, you add a connection to its source. Case of a photo from a record Insert and position representation

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Shapes are drawing protests that you create as a major aspect of your report, instead of acquiring them from a different source. They incorporate lines, connectors, bolts, toon callout inflatables, and numerous other essential drawings. AutoShapes toolbar Insert and position design

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Shapes To embed a shape: Click AutoShapes on the Picture submenu. Select the shape you need on the AutoShapes toolbar. AutoShapes

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