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Chapter 12. Enlivening Documents with Dr... > Drawing Basic Lines and Shapes

Drawing Basic Lines and Shapes

Although drawing capabilities continue to expand in Word, the old standby tools remain intact and readily available. As with earlier versions of Word, Word 2003 enables you to draw basic lines and shapes in your documents by clicking Drawing toolbar buttons. Basic lines and shapes frequently serve as the foundation for more complex drawings that you create by combining and formatting objects.

Note

When you draw in Word, you must work in Print Layout, Web Layout, or Reading view. If you’re in Normal or Outline view when you click a line or shape button on the Drawing toolbar, Word automatically changes your view to Print Layout.



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