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Adding images to worksheets
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Adding images to worksheets
Establishing a strong corporate identity helps customers remember your organization in
addition to the products and services you offer. Setting aside the obvious need for sound
management, two important physical attributes of a strong retail business are a well-conceived
shop space and an eye-catching, easy-to-remember logo. After you or your graphic artist
has created a logo, you should add the logo to all your documents, especially any that might
be viewed by your customers. Not only does the logo mark the documents as coming from
your company, it also serves as an advertisement, encouraging anyone who views your
worksheets to call or visit your company.
One way to add a picture to a worksheet is to display the Insert tab, and then in the
Illustrations group, click Picture. Clicking Picture displays the Insert Picture dialog box, from
which you can locate the picture you want to add from your hard disk. When you insert a
picture, the Format tool tab appears on the ribbon. You can use the tools on the Format
tool tab to change the picture’s contrast, brightness, and other attributes. With the controls
in the Picture Styles group, you can place a border around the picture, change the picture’s
shape, or change a picture’s effects (such as shadow, reflection, or three-dimensional effects).
Other tools, found in the Arrange and Size groups, enable you to rotate, reposition, and
resize the picture.
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