To become more presentable the report or documents that you are creating in Microsoft Word 2010 you can insert pictures or images on it. How to insert a picture in MS Word 2010? In this tutorial, you will learn how to insert an image from a file. Inserting pictures in your MS Word document is sometimes necessary and because of that you should know how to do it.
Inserting pictures or images to your MS Word document can be a great way to illustrate important information or add decorative accents to existing plain text. You can insert images from your computer or from any storage devices like the USB, cameras, mobile phones and others.
To insert a picture or an image from file, place your insertion point in your document where you want the image to appear, in the menu bar of Microsoft Office 2010 select the Insert tab, click the icon Insert, and then the Insert Picture dialog box appears, Select the desired image file from your computer or from other sources like the USB, then click Insert to add it to your document.
After the picture or image is inserted in your Microsoft Word 2010 document if there is a need to resize the picture you inserted do the following, to resize an image, click and drag one of the corner sizing handles. The image will change size while keeping the same proportions. If you want to stretch it horizontally or vertically, you can use the side sizing handles. You can format text to wrap around the image or picture you inserted in Microsoft Word 2010 documents.
In creating a documents or reports in Microsoft Word 2010 you do not need to limit your self in simply typing words, sometimes you need to insert a picture or images so that your report or document is presentable and livelier, and because of that you need to learn on how to insert pictures or images in Microsoft Word 2010.