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Chapter 15. Drawing in Word > Understanding How Word Drawings Work

Understanding How Word Drawings Work

Word drawings are vector drawings, which means that they are composed of lines and shapes. These lines and shapes, which Word calls drawing objects, can be edited separately or grouped so that they can be edited together. They can also be layered so that some components of your drawing appear “on top of” others. You'll learn how to use the grouping and layering tools later in the chapter.

Because Word drawing objects are made of lines and shapes, you can often edit drawings to remove elements you don't need and add elements you do want.


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