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Change the default positioning of graphics
Article You can specify whether pictures and drawing objects are automatically inserted as inline , so that they move with text, or floating , so that text wraps abov...
Word 2003
Determine if a picture is a bitmap or a drawn picture
Article Show All Hide All Do one of the following: If the picture hasn't yet been added to your work Do one of the following: If the picture is in Clip Organizer, rest ...
Excel 2003, PowerPoint 2003...
Show, don't tell: Let graphics add to your story
Article A wall of gray words and numbers—is that what comes to mind when you think of documents you've put together? Using graphics to clarify text, explain numbers, o...
Excel 2003, PowerPoint 2003...
Save graphics in .png format
Article On the Tools menu, click Options . Click the General tab, and then click Web Options . Click the Browsers tab. Under Options , select the Allow PNG a...
Access 2003, Excel 2003...
Set defaults for new picture or shape style
Article Select the picture that has the attributes you want to use as the default. On the Drawing toolbar , click Draw , and then click Set AutoShape Defaults . ...
Word 2003
Troubleshoot graphics
Article Creating drawing objects The lines in my drawing are jagged. Curved lines — and straight lines that are not perfectly vertical or horizontal — will have some de...
Word 2003
Attract attention with Halloween clip art magnets
Article Applies to Microsoft Office Word Decorating for Halloween is almost as fun as trick-or-treating, so why not enhance the fun by creating your own Halloween decor...
Word 2003
Turn the drawing canvas on or off
Article On the Tools menu, click Options . Click the General tab. Select or clear the Automatically create drawing canvas when inserting AutoShapes check box. ...
Word 2003
Troubleshoot grouping in PowerPoint and Word
Article I can't select an object or text on my Microsoft Office PowerPoint slide. If the picture or texture is added to the slide background or is on a master , it can...
PowerPoint 2003, Word 2003
About graphics in Word
Article There are two basic types of graphics that you can use to enhance your Microsoft Word documents: drawing objects and pictures . Drawing objects include Auto...
Word 2003
Move WordArt or other objects forward or backward
Article In Office 2003, move WordArt to the front or back of your document, slide, or spreadsheet.
Excel 2003, PowerPoint 2003...
Use clip art to make your own greeting cards
Article Applies to Microsoft Office Publisher 2003 Clip Art and Media site on Office Online Sure, you can go to the store and purchase run-of-the-mill greeting cards, b...
Word 2003
Turn on or off snap to grid
Article On the Drawing toolbar, click Draw . Note If the Drawing toolbar is not visible, point to Toolbars on the View menu, and then click Drawing . Cl...
Word 2003
Change the text-wrapping style for a picture or drawing object
Article Choose a new text wrap option for wrapping text in Word 2003.
Word 2003
Delete temporary files to download clips
Article Applies to Clip Art and Media site on Microsoft Office Online Let's say you've downloaded some clip art you want to use from the Clip Art and Media site to you...
Excel 2003, PowerPoint 2003...
About stacking objects
Article Objects automatically stack in individual layers as you add them. You see the stacking order when objects overlap — the top object covers a portion of objects ...
PowerPoint 2003, Publisher 2003...
Change the orientation of text
Article Make text appear vertical or horizontal in a text box or table cell in Word 2003.
Word 2003
Select text and graphics
Article You can select text and graphics by using the mouse or the keyboard, including items that aren't next to each other. For example, you can select a paragraph on ...
Word 2003
About grouping and ungrouping objects
Article When you use the Group commands, under Draw on the Drawing toolbar, to group objects , you combine them so you can work with them as though they were a s...
FrontPage 2003, PowerPoint 2003...
Insert and position graphics in Word documents
Article Applies to Microsoft Office Word 2003 Microsoft Word 2002 Graphics can add interest and impact to your Word documents. Suppose you've completed a letter tellin...
Word 2003
Resize or crop graphics
Article You can resize an entire drawing, resize individual shapes and pictures, and crop a picture. Do one of the following: Resize a drawing Select the drawing can...
Word 2003
Add text to a drawing object or picture
Article You can add a numbered caption, such as "Figure 1," to an item and have Microsoft Word automatically add similar captions. You can label a graphic or part of a ...
Word 2003
About Portable Network Graphics (.png) format
Article Portable Network Graphics (.png) is a graphic file format supported by many Web browsers. It is a good format for compressing and storing graphic images, and th...
Access 2003, Excel 2003...
Group, ungroup, or regroup objects
Article To work with objects, you use commands on the Drawing toolbar. The Drawing toolbar appears in the lower left corner of the program window. If you don't see ...
FrontPage 2003, PowerPoint 2003...
Audio course: Decorate documents with backgrounds, borders, and text effects
Training This training shows some decorative elements in Word 2003. You can use backgrounds, borders, and text effects to add visual sparkle to your document.
Word 2003
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