Join Nick Brazzi for an in-depth discussion in this video Insert photos directly from the camera, part of Learning Office Mobile for Windows 10.
- [Voiceover] One feature that was added…in a recent update is the ability to insert pictures…directly from the camera on your Windows tablet.…Now strangely this feature's only available…in PowerPoint at the time of this recording,…but on an iPad, this feature is available…in all three apps, so you should keep an eye on…future updates because this might be added…to Word and Excel on Windows tablets as well.…So I have a PowerPoint document open here…and let's say I want to add a picture to this slide.…Now of course one way I could do that is by going…to the insert ribbon and choose pictures…and we've seen this before in the course,…I could tap on photos and I could pick a photo…that's already in the photo gallery on this device,…but what we want to look at here is the other option,…the camera option.…
So when I tap on that…it opens up my devices built in camera,…and I'm just looking at my desk here…in the recording booth.…This is not going to make for a great picture…so let me switch to the front-facing camera…
Skill Level Beginner
Q: This course was updated on 03/21/2016. What changed?
A: We added four tutorials covering the Office update cycle and the new Office mobile capabilities: annotating documents, inserting photos directly from the camera, and pinning documents to the Start menu.