How To Insert Media From A File In Word For Mac


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Inserting media from a file

If the picture or other multimedia elements you want to use in Word is not in the Media Browser, you can import it from a file on disk. Word supports a wide range of file image types including JPEG, TIFF, BMP, PNG and even Photoshop documents. The rule of thumb is this. If you can open it in Preview or QuickTime on your computer, you can open it in Word. In our example, we have scanned image of the owner's signature that we want to put at the bottom of this document to add a personal touch.

We are going to use a Choose a Picture dialog to locate, select, and insert it. So I want to start off by scrolling down to the end of the document and putting the insertion point where we want this file to appear. So I have clicked down here and I have got a blinking insertion point down here. Now, in the Home Ribbon, I am going to go up to the Picture menu and choose Picture from File. What comes up is a dialog that allows you to choose a picture. I am going to go into the Desktop, my Exercise F...

Inserting media from a file
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Inserting media from a file provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by Maria Langer as part of the Word for Mac 2011 Essential Training

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Business
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Word for Mac
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