Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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If you want to insert an existing graphics file, do the following:
1. In the Insert Object dialog box, select Create from File.
The choices in the dialog box change to those shown in Figure 16-11.
Figure 16-11:
Browse to
locate the
file on a
network or
your hard
drive.
2. Type the filename in the File field or click Browse to locate the file.
3. To link to the file, select the Link checkbox and then click OK.
If you don’t select this option, the object is embedded in your file.
4. To insert the object as an icon, select Display As Icon.
When you display the object as an icon, those viewing your project on a
computer can click the icon to view the picture.
5. Click OK.
The image appears in the Gantt Chart pane.
6. Use the resizing nodes on the corners of the image to expand or
shrink it, or click the image to move it around the pane.
If you want to insert a blank graphics placeholder instead of inserting an
existing graphics file, follow these steps:
1. In the Insert Object dialog box, select Create New.
2. From the Object Type list, choose the type of object you want to
insert.
For example, you might select Bitmap Image, Microsoft Word Picture, or
Paintbrush Picture.
3. If you want to insert the object as an icon, select Display as Icon.
When you display the object as an icon, those viewing your project on a
computer can click the icon to view the picture.
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