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Office 2013 In Depth by Joe Habraken

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Working with Captions and Tables of Figures

Business-related reports and articles for scholarly publications often contain tables, images, and other figures that provide supporting material for the text contained in the document. For example, a chart detailing quarterly sales data typically accompanies narrative text related to how the sales for the quarter went. You can add captions to your document figures and generate a table of figures, giving the reader of the document a reference for finding particular figures in the document.

Inserting a Caption

To add a caption to an image or table, select the Insert Caption command on the References tab, or you can right-click the item (such as a photo) and select Insert Caption from the shortcut menu ...

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