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Office 2010 Made Simple by Guy Hart-Davis

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Chapter 4

Using Graphics in Your Documents

To illustrate your Word documents and PowerPoint presentations—and maybe your Excel worksheets and your outgoing e-mail messages in Outlook—you can add graphics. In OneNote, too, you can store graphics with your other notes in your notebooks.

In this chapter, you'll learn how to work with graphics in the Office programs. We'll start by looking at how to position graphical objects in documents, because you need to understand this in order to get the objects where you want them.

We'll then start working with graphics by inserting clip art items, which provide a handy way to get quick illustrations in your documents. After that, we'll look at how to insert your own pictures and shapes, move on to positioning ...

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