Chapter 4. Using Pictures and Shapes in Your Documents

To give your documents visual interest, you can add various types of graphical content to them—graphics themselves (I'll use the term to cover all kinds of pictures and images), shapes (anything from a simple arrow or circle to a complex shape), charts, and even movies.

This chapter shows you how to insert clip art and other pictures, how to insert shapes and format them, and how to position graphical objects where you want them. You'll learn how to wrap text around a graphical object in Word, how to make a picture look the way you want it, and how to illustrate your documents by adding SmartArt diagrams.

We'll start by going over how the Office applications handle graphical objects, because ...

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