In this video, learn how to crop an image that appears in a Word document right on the page without having to leave Word for an image-editing application.
- [Instructor] It wasn't that long ago…when if you needed to use images in your Word document…and you needed to make changes to those images,…you would have to take them out into another application…to make the adjustments…and bring them back into Microsoft Word.…Well, Word has a lot of built-in functionality…to help with editing images such as cropping.…That's the topic of this week's weekly Word tip.…We're going to work with this file Press_release036.…Here on this first page,…you can see there is an image taking up quite a bit of space…and perhaps it would be nice to crop out some of this,…some of the image that we don't really need to see,…make it a thinner image.…
We could even crop it into a shape.…So, how do we do that?…Well, first we need to select the image…so go ahead and click the image on the page.…Next, you'll notice picture tools appears up here…above the ribbon with a format tab just below it.…Click format.…Now go over to the right-hand side of the ribbon.…You'll see there is a size section…with a crop button and a crop dropdown.…
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