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Using Microsoft Word 2010 by Mike Miller, Tim Huddleston

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13. Adding Graphics to Your Documents

Photos and other graphical elements can add meaning and depth to many kinds of documents. This chapter shows you how to create visual impact by using Word’s graphics tools.

It’s pretty hard to imagine certain kinds of documents without graphics. Can you imagine reading a magazine that had no pictures, or trying to follow the instructions in an assembly manual without diagrams? In an increasingly visual world, people expect to find graphics everywhere, even in routine documents such as term papers and sales reports.

Luckily, Word is more than just a text-generating machine. It offers surprisingly powerful graphics features that enable you to add all sorts of images to your documents. Well-placed, good-looking ...

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