Laying out text and graphics with a table


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Laying out text and graphics with a table

As we've seen in previous movies in this chapter, we use Positioning and Text Wrapping to alter the relative layout of text and graphics within our document. Sometimes it's really important that a graphic and the text that describes it be next to each other, the kind of layout that used to be called Parallel Columns, where we have information in column A and B and C, and it all goes together. An example here would be these illustrations that are simply illustrations of who you would get Manufacturing Benefits, what kind of employees would get Horticultural Benefits.

I really would like to have these two things stay next to each other. This is only the beginning of a list of benefits. We will also include images for our retail employees. We'll include images for the folks who work in administration, and I'd like to get this right from the beginning, rather than struggle with the placement of images as I resize items and move them. So the trick that I'm going to use he...

Laying out text and graphics with a table
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Laying out text and graphics with a table 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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