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  • How to Insert Photos into Word
  • Click on “Insert,” then Picture,” then “From File.”
  • The “My Pictures” folder automatically opens. Select the photo you want in your document.
  • After selecting a photo, click “Insert.”
  • The photo is in the document.
  • Again, it will be impossible to move the clip art until it is formatted.
  • Right click on the photo.
  • Select “Layout.”
  • Select “Layout”, “Square,” and “Center.” Click “OK.”
  • Now the clip art can be moved to any location on the document.
  • For example, over here…
  • or over here.
  • Changing the Page Orientation
  • Click on “File,” then click “Page Setup.”
  • Under Orientation click “Landscape.”
  • Portrait Landscape Remember, “Portrait” orientation is tall, and “Landscape” orientation is wide.
  • Click on “Print Preview” before printing.
  • Use the “drop-down” menu to increase or decrease the size of the “Print Preview.”
  • This “Print Preview” has been increased to 75%.
  • Working with Tables
  • Click on Table
  • Click on “Insert,” then click “Table.”
  • Under “Table size,” use the drop-down menu to select the number of columns you need. Under rows, select the number of rows you need.
  • This table has 8 columns and 25 rows. Columns Rows
  • Add column headers
  • Highlight the columns and select “center” alignment.
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  • Highlight the headings and click “Bold.”
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  • Click “File” then “Page Setup.”
  • Change the Orientation to “Landscape”
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  • 1. Put the cursor on the left edge of the table and hold down the left mouse button. 2. A dotted line should appear. Drag the left edge of the table further to the left.
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  • 1. Put the cursor on the right edge of the table and hold down the left mouse button. 2. A dotted line should appear. Drag the right edge of the table further to the right.
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  • Move the right edge of the table closer to the edge of the page.
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  • Highlight the column “Occupation” and drag the left side of it over to the right.
  • Highlight “Year graduated” and move the left edge over to the right.
  • Change the “zoom” to 101% to view the entire page at once.
  • Highlight the headings and click “Italics.”
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  • Click the font drop-down menu. Change the font to Arial.
  • Click the font size drop-down menu. Change the font size to 14.
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  • Creating Lists
    • Numbered
    • Bulleted
  • To number a list, highlight the items, then click on “Numbering.”
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  • Let’s create a bulleted list.
  • Highlight the list and click on “Bullets.”
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  • Adding Page Numbers
  • Click “Insert,” then click on “Page Numbers.”
  • Click “Show number on first page,” if applicable.
  • Change the alignment to “Center.”
  • The page number is at the bottom of the page, in the center.
  • Adding headers
  • Click on “View,” then “Header and Footer.”
  • For APA Style, change the margin to 1 inch on the top, bottom, and sides.
  • Click “File,” then “Page Setup.”
  • Change each setting to 1 inch.
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  • The header will appear on every page of the document.
  • If you need additional help with Word, please see your Librarian.
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