Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Inserting Pictures
Word 2010 accepts graphics files in a number of popular formats, as Table 17-1 shows.
By default, All Pictures is selected in the File Type list (located toward the lower-right of
the Insert Picture dialog box). If you want to see only files of a certain format, click the All
Pictures arrow and choose the format you want to display from the list.
Table 17-1 Picture Files Supported in Word 2010
Supported Format
File Extension
Windows Enhanced Metaile
.emf
Windows Metaile
.wmf
JPEG File Interchange Format
.jpg
Portable Network Graphic
.png
Windows Bitmap
.bmp
Graphics Interchange Format
.gif
Compressed Windows Enhanced Metaile
.emz
Compressed Windows Metaile
.wmz
Compressed Macintosh PICT
.pict
Tagged Image File Format
.tiff
WordPerfect Graphics
.wpg
Computer Graphics Metaile
.cgm
Encapsulated Postscript
.eps
Macintosh PICT
.pict
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Add Multiple Images
You can add more than one picture at once while using the Insert Picture dialog box.
Simply click the first image you want to add then press and hold Ctrl while you click
additional images, or press and hold Shift while clicking the last image in a list of
images you want to select. When everything you want is selected, click Insert. Word
then imports all selected images at once into the current document.
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