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Applying a Picture Style
Now that the apple is cropped the way Joel wants it, you need to move it to a new
location, align it, and apply a text wrap setting. You can perform all three tasks at once
by using the Position button.
To move, align, and wrap text around the photo:
1. Change the Zoom level to One Page , so you can see the position of the photo
relative to the rest of the document. The photo is currently an inline graphic.
2. Click the Picture Tools Format tab, and then click the Position button in the
Arrange group to display a gallery of position options. You want to place the
apple photo in the middle of the left side of the page, so you will use the option
Position in Middle Left with Square Text Wrapping, as shown in Figure 4-30.
Figure 4-30
Position gallery
you will use
this option
3. Click the Position in Middle Left with Square Text Wrapping option. The photo
moves down slightly, to the middle of the left side of the page. Text wraps around
the photo in a square shape.
Applying a Picture Style
You can change a graphic’s overall look by selecting a picture style from the Picture
Styles gallery on the Picture Tools Format tab. For example, you can use a picture style
that adds a shadow, a fading effect around the edges, or a border that looks like a picture
frame. Joel asks you to apply a picture style that adds a shadow to the apple photo.
To add a picture style to the apple photo:
1. Change the Zoom level to Page Width , scroll as necessary so you can see the
apple photo, and then verify that the photo is selected.
2. Click the Picture Tools Format tab and then click the More button in the Picture
Styles group to display the gallery of picture styles.
3. Move the mouse pointer over the various styles and observe the Live Preview of
the picture styles on the apple photo.
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