Applying styles to graphics


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Applying styles to graphics

Picture styles are used to format the container that a picture is in, what used to be called the picture object. These include the border, effects, and layout. I'm going to begin by inserting and sizing a couple of images that we haven't used so far. I'm going to go to Insert > Picture. In the Pictures library, under the Sample Pictures, I'm going to choose some penguins. I'm going to resize this 3.67. 3.25 looks good. Now, I'm going to insert another image.

We've done something for the zoologists. Let's do something for the botanists. Let's insert some hydrangeas. We will resize those as well. I'm going to just kick this up to 3.25, so they will be of the same size. So, two pictures, let's also wrap the text around them. I'm actually going to change their position to the upper-left corner with Text Wrap. We'll choose a position here as well.

We can also do that on the Text Wrapping tab, and say we'd like that to be square. So, now I have ...

Applying styles to graphics
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Applying styles to graphics provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by Gini Courter as part of the Word 2010 Essential Training

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Business Education + Elearning
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Word
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