Learn how to bring an image into a Word document and adjust the image's properties through text wrapping, placement, sizing, removing the background, and copying image formatting from one image to another.
- [Instructor] Adding images to a Word document…can really make them more interesting…and visually appealing.…But often when bringing images into a document,…the image itself may not appear the way you'd like it to.…Well, the good news is,…there's a number of tools here in Microsoft Word,…that allow us to manipulate those images,…and change their appearance.…That's what we're going to do in this weeks' Word Tip…with this file "Best of Landon Hotel Guide 020".…As we scroll down, you can see, it's a one-page document.…It's the cover page for our…"Best of Landon Hotel Guide" we're building.…
And as we scroll down,…you can see there are some images here already…next to West End, London and Bernal Heights, San Francisco.…We even see the Landon Hotel logo up here…in the top left corner.…But we are missing one,…that should appear next to Latin Quarter, Paris.…Maybe on the right side here,…to add some balance to this page.…So let's click after the "s" in Paris.…That's where we want to insert our image.…At least that's where we'd like it start.…
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