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Special Edition Using® Microsoft® Office Word 2003 by Bill Camarda

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Editing Images to Serve Your Needs

Regardless of how you've inserted images into your documents, you may need to modify them to serve your needs more effectively.

At the least, you'll probably need to reposition and perhaps resize your images to integrate them into your document. However, you can do much more. Graphics can be cropped, brightened, recolored, and even redrawn. You can also adjust how graphics work with other page elements.

Positioning and Sizing Images

Before you insert an image, you position your insertion point where you want the image to appear. Still, it's likely that you'll have to make adjustments to the image's size or position after it is placed in your document. The next few sections show you how.

Resizing Images Using ...

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