Word Lesson 6 Working with Graphics

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2. 2. 2. Targets. Make and adjust columns.Add fringes and shading.Insert cut craftsmanship and pictures.Insert, resize, and move inline and drifting articles.. 3. 3. 3. Targets (proceeded). Recolor graphics.Draw and adjust shapes.Add content and callouts to drawings.Create and change SmartArt and WordArt..

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´╗┐Word Lesson 6 Working with Graphics Microsoft Office 2010 Introductory Pasewark & Pasewark

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Objectives Create and adjust sections. Include outskirts and shading. Embed cut workmanship and pictures. Embed, resize, and move inline and skimming objects. 2

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Objectives (proceeded with) Recolor illustrations. Draw and alter shapes. Add content and callouts to drawings. Make and adjust SmartArt and WordArt. 3

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viewpoint proportion callout outline cut craftsmanship edit chart gliding object realistic i nline question watchword protest pull cite pivot handle determination rectangle sidebar measuring handle SmartArt content box WordArt Vocabulary 4

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Working with Graphics are pictures that help represent the significance of the content and make the page more alluring. You can include predefined shapes, graphs, and outlines and photos and drawings. You can likewise utilize the attracting apparatuses Word to make your own particular design. 5

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Creating Columns are anything but difficult to make in Word. You can pick one, two, or three segments of equivalent width. You can likewise pick Left or Right, which makes two sections with either the left or the correct segment somewhat less than a large portion of the span of the other segment. In the event that none of these alternatives suits you, you can make segments of custom widths. 6

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Creating Columns (proceeded with) Columns menu

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Adding Borders and Shading to Paragraphs You can determine a fringe style and whether an outskirt shows up on four sides, two sides, or one side of a section. Outskirts tab in the Borders and Shading exchange box 8

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Just as you can add fringes to sections, you can add outskirts and shading to whole pages. Adding Borders and Shading to Pages 9

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A question is anything that can be controlled all in all, for example, cut craftsmanship or another realistic that you embed in a report. You can embed, change, resize, reposition, and erase questions in reports. You can cut, duplicate, and glue protests a similar way you do content. Understanding Objects 10

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Graphics that are as of now drawn or captured and accessible for use in archives are called cut workmanship . The term cut craftsmanship likewise alludes to photos, video clasps, and sound records. When hunting down clasp craftsmanship the words you use to depict the clasp workmanship are called catchphrases . Embeddings Clip Art 11

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Inserting Clip Art (kept) Inserting cut craftsmanship

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To choose a protest, position the pointer over the question, and snap. A determination rectangle with little circles and squares shows up around the question. The squares and circles are estimating handles . The green circle is the pivot handle. When you select a clasp craftsmanship picture, the Picture Tools Format tab shows up. Choosing an Object 13

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Selecting an Object (proceeded with) Selected picture

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Resizing an Object To resize a protest, first select it, and afterward drag an estimating handle. The relationship of the question's tallness to its width is known as the perspective proportion . On the off chance that you drag a corner estimating handle (a circle), you keep up the viewpoint proportion; If you drag a side measuring handle (a square), you don't keep up the angle proportion. 15

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Repositioning and Removing an Inline Object When you embed a question, it is embedded as an inline protest , which implies it is dealt with as though it were a character in the line of content. You can apply section arranging charges, Cut, Copy, and Paste summons, and furthermore intuitive an inline protest. To erase a question, select it, and afterward press the Delete or the Backspace key. 16

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Wrapping Text Around an Object To wrap message around a protest, it should be transformed from an inline question a skimming object. A coasting object goes about as though it were sitting in a different layer on the page. You can drag a coasting object anyplace on the page. 17

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Wrapping Text Around an Object (kept) Wrapping content around a protest

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Wrapping Text Around an Object (proceeded with) Text wrapping summons

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Recoloring Pictures You can change the shine or differentiate, or recolor a picture across the board shade. To do this, tap the logical Format tab. In the Adjust assemble, tap the Corrections catch (to conform shine/difference) or Color catch (to change shading). 20

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Inserting Pictures In Word, pictures are realistic documents put away on your PC. Pictures are embedded as an inline protest at the area of the addition point. You can then change the question a coasting object on the off chance that you need, and also resize and reposition it, in an indistinguishable way from clasp craftsmanship. 21

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Adding Shapes When you click a shape on the menu, the pointer changes to the line of sight pointer. Drag the pointer to draw the shape. Drawn shapes are embedded as drifting articles as a matter of course. Similarly as with clasp workmanship objects, you can cut, duplicate, and glue drawn shapes and also move and resize them. 22

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Adding Shapes (proceeded with) Shapes exhibition

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Adding Shapes (proceeded with) You can add shading and style to your drawings: Change the shade of a protest. Change the line or layout shade of a drawing. Change the line weight, or thickness, of lines or shape plots in your drawing. The most straightforward approach to add content to a protest, is to click a question and begin writing. 24

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Adding Shapes (proceeded with ) Another approach to add content to your attracting is to embed content boxes. A content box is a shape particularly intended to hold content. A callout is a unique kind of name in a drawing that comprises of a content box with a joined line to indicate a detail in the drawing. 25

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Creating Diagrams and Charts with SmartArt Diagrams and graphs are visual portrayals of information. You can embed outlines and diagrams rapidly utilizing predesigned drawings called SmartArt . To embed message in a SmartArt realistic, click in each crate in the realistic and begin writing. You can resize SmartArt design, include a blueprint and a shaded fill to the whole realistic. 26

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Creating Diagrams and Charts with SmartArt (proceeded with) Choose a SmartArt Graphic exchange box

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Creating WordArt is adapted content that is designed and put in a content box. In the event that you select content before you tap the WordArt catch, the content you chose shows up in the content box; generally "Your content here" shows up as a placeholder for your content. You can change the WordArt style, shading, and blueprint shading. 28

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Summary In this lesson, you learned: Graphics add enthusiasm to archives. You can design all or some portion of a record in different segments. You can add fringes and shading to chose content to underscore it. You can likewise include a page outskirt and shading to the whole page. 29

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Summary (proceeded with) A question is anything that can be controlled all in all. An inline question is embedded as though it were a character in a line of content. A gliding object goes about as though it is sitting in a different layer on the page. You can embed cut craftsmanship and resize and recolor it to fit your record. You can likewise embed and resize pictures in a report. You can attract shapes a record. Drawn items can be resized, moved, and hued. 30

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Summary (proceeded with) You can add content to drawn shapes or make a content box shape. Content boxes can be arranged, resized, or moved simply like other drawn articles. Callouts are extraordinary content boxes that have a line connected to them to indicate particular things in an archive. 31

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Summary (proceeded with) Charts and graphs compose your information in a way that shows connections among information. You can utilize SmartArt to add outlines and graphs to reports. You can change the structure and look of SmartArt. You can embed WordArt to make adapted content articles. Similarly as with different items, you can resize, reposition, and organization WordArt. 32