This video shows how to add images to a Word document, and then how to specify and control how text wraps around the image.
- [Instructor] Now let's take a look at…how to place images into a Word document.…I've opened up the document called, Landon Hotel,…from the Exercise Files folder,…and this is just an info sheet…for a fictitious hotel chain we're going to work with.…Now before we do this,…I'm going to switch over to my browser…and look at a version of this document…I have in Google Docs.…So this version already has some of the images…we'll be adding in the Word version.…But if you're familiar with Docs,…you probably know that you can add images…by first placing your cursor…where you want an image to appear…and then choose Insert Image.…
And from here you can browse for your image…a couple of different ways.…You can see Upload is currently selected,…and here you can either drag an image from your computer…or you click this Choose An Image To Upload button…to browse for an image on your computer.…Under Take A Snapshot,…you can take a photo with your computer's camera,…By URL let's you place an image…that you have a web address for into your document.…
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- Configuring AutoSave
- Co-authoring in Word
- Using Word Online and the Word Mobile app