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Absolute Beginner’s Guide to Microsoft® Office 2003 by Jim Boyce

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Chapter 12. More Than Just Words

In this chapter

  • Adding watermarks, headers, and footers

  • Adding graphics to a document

  • Moving, resizing, and editing graphics

Many business documents contain nothing but text, although that text might be formatted to make it stand out. Other documents, however, need other elements. For example, you might need to insert headers and footers in a report or term paper. Or maybe you want to add a watermark to the background of a page or add graphics to a document.

This chapter explains how to move beyond text-only documents to create documents that contain graphical and other multimedia elements.

Adding Headers, Footers, and Watermarks

The text in the body of a document is almost always the most important part of the document. ...

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