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Choosing illustration types
Choosing illustration types
Word 2013 helps you to illustrate your documents with pho-
tographs, drawings, screenshots, charts, and diagrams. You
can insert graphics files from your computer or your online
storage, or search the Internet for just the right image. Word
2013 introduces the ability to include online video clips that
your readers can launch from within your documents. With
so many possibilities, it’s important to know which command
is appropriate for a particular type of illustration. The com-
mands that you can use to place graphics in your document
are gathered on the ribbon, on the Insert tab. There, you’ll
find everything you need in the Illustrations group and the
Media group.
When you need a graphic file from your SkyDrive storage
or your Flickr account, or if you want to search the clip art
on Office.com or the images available on the Internet, use
the Online Pictures tool. Clip art includes both drawings and
photographs that cover a wide range of topics. The Bing
Image Search can retrieve from the web almost any image
you can think of.
If you have a photograph, a drawing, or another kind of
graphic file stored on your computer, use the Pictures
command to open the Insert Picture dialog box. There, you
can use the Search box to find files, and you can open the
Preview pane to verify that you have the correct files.
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