Using the Media Browser to insert media


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Using the Media Browser to insert media

Word supports a wide variety of multimedia elements that can be included in Word documents. When used properly, multimedia elements such as illustrations can help you communicate your message or add visual appeal to your documents. You can also incorporate company images such as logos into your Word documents to emphasize branding. Word's Media Browser offers one way to import photos, sounds, movies and clip art into your documents. Let's take a look how this works.

Now I want to add two images to this document. The first one is a photo of the company's owner, which has been saved in iPhoto on a Mac. Word's Media Browser, which is new one Office 2011, can access files stored in iPhoto and iTunes on your Mac. To open the Media Browser just click the Media Browser button on the toolbar or if you want, you can go into the View menu and choose Media Browser to display it or you can also press Ctrl/Command +M. The Media Browser has six tabs of options.

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Using the Media Browser to insert media
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Using the Media Browser to insert media 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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