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lesson 8


caption consist of few descriptive words, and are typically used for figures, tables, and equations
crop you trim the horizontal or vertical edges to remove unwanted areas
drawing canvas serves as a guide
embedded object by default which means it becomes part of the doc and is no longer connected to the original image
floating object word positions the image precisely on the pages, and allows the text to wrap around it in one of several available formats
inline object moves along with the text that surrounds it
linked object (another way to insert a picture) creates a connection between the document and the external picture file
scale increases or decreases the original pictures height and width by a percentage
screen clippings enables you to draw a box and capture an image of its contents
screenshot a menu appears containing thumbnails of the computers currently open windows
shapes figures such as lines, rectangles, block arrows, equation shapes, flowcharts, stars, banners, and callouts
smartart graphics visual representations of information that can help communicate your message or ideas more effectively
word art a feature that creates decorative effects with text
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