In this chapter, you’ll learn about the many ways you can add and edit graphics in your Word documents:
You can choose an image from the included clip art collection.
You can insert images from your hard disk, such as scans, digital photos, or pictures you’ve downloaded or received in email.
You can insert pictures from iPhoto.
You can add predefined shapes called AutoShapes.
You can add artistic text called WordArt to your documents.
You can insert formatted, artistic bullet points and relationship illustrations called SmartArt layouts (see Chapter 17).
When scanning images to include in your documents, be aware that most published graphics ...