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Inserting Graphics

Not long ago, adding a photo to a document was a big deal. Cutting and pasting and rubber cement were part of the process. Today, you can add photos, charts, clip art, and diagrams easily to just about any document you create. If you have a digital camera or a scanner, you can import your own images directly into Word. If you have access to the Internet, you can download thousands of pictures to help you add visual appeal to the words on your pages.

Caution

Art abounds on the Internet, but you can’t use it unless you are downloading clips from a free or shareware Web site or you have the permission of the artist to use the image you’re copying. Copyright laws apply, even for pictures comprised only of colored electronic dots. To be safe, be sure to get the necessary permission before you use someone else’s images in your documents.



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