Adding captions to pictures


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Adding captions to pictures

Sometimes when you insert objects, like pictures into a publication, you need to add a caption, some information that goes with that image. You can do that manually, using text boxes, and then format the text boxes to make them stand out, or you can use the built-in caption feature, which will save you a lot of time. We are going to do that now, using our brochure. And we're on the second page. We're simply going to select the olive tree that appears in the middle panel. We have been working with this, cropping it, and so on. Now to add the image, like I said, manually you could draw your own text box, and start formatting it and positioning it, or you'll notice the Format tab appears when we select that image. Click the Format tab, under Picture tools and in the Picture Styles group, you'll see the Caption button.

This is actually a dropdown. Now this is going to drop down right over our image. So let's use a scrollbar to move it over to the left, so we can see the l...

Adding captions to pictures
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Adding captions to pictures provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by David Rivers as part of the Publisher 2010 Essential Training

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