IN THIS CHAPTER
Pictures for their own sake might simply clutter up a document, and make it more time-consuming to send to somebody, and more expensive to print. On the other hand, used carefully, pictures enable you to show the reader what you mean. And in many cases, pictures can be a necessary addition to a document. For example, adding a company logo identifies the source of information, and customers want to see product photos in a catalog. In addition to pictures, you can include special decorative text called WordArt to highlight information in a document.
This chapter shows you where to find pictures if you don't have any, how to insert pictures and WordArt, and how to work with pictures and WordArt once they're in your document. Many of the techniques you learn in this chapter—such as how to move, size, and rotate a picture—apply to other types of graphics such as shapes, too.
You can insert pictures in Word in several ways, using pictures from a variety of graphics formats. If you have pictures on removable media—such as SD (Secure Digital), CF (Compact Flash), CD, DVD, or USB ...