Microsoft Word – Using Layout Options For Moving Pictures

It is very easy to move or repositione pictures or other objects in Microsoft Word. In fact, it is as easy as dragging your mouse. However, sometimes you may face difficulties. Let’s say, you want to move a picture and after doing this your text gets messed up completely. Better results can be achieved clicking the icon “Layout Options”.

Pictures In PowerPoint Presentations – Cropping To Specific Shapes

In the following tutorial you will learn how to crop pictures inserted in PowerPoint presentation to a specific shape. If you ant to modify the shape of your visual or graphical content is by cropping these pictures to specific shapes. Every time when you crop your picture to a specific shape, you should keep in mind that this particular picture will be trimmed automatically. This happens in order to fill your shape geometry. This is very efficient for maintaining the major picture proportions.

PowerPoint Presentations – Aligning Pictures To Other Objects

When you work with PowerPoint presentations it is very important to know how to position and align your pictures and other graphical content on your PowerPoint slides. However, it is also possible to align different pictures to each other, as well as to other graphical object on your PowerPoint presentation. You should keep in mind that the alignment “picture to picture” is not available from the icon “Layout Options”. You can do this using the dialog box “Layout”. In fact, this is a very common task which most of PowerPoint users do when they work with aligning and positioning their graphical content.

PowerPoint Content – What Is An Anchor?

When ou work with PowerPoint presentations it is very important to understand what the anchor is. So, an anchor is an object which shows where an object or a picture is placed in relation to your text content in PowerPoint prsentations or any other kind of documents. You should keep in mind that anchors never appear for so-called inline pictures/objects which are tied to a certain place within your text content. They are tied within the place they have been inserted. You should treat them as the text character “in line with text”.

Word Online – Moving Pictures

You have just successfully inserted your picture into your Word document using Word Online. Now, it is possible to cut and paste this picture in order to move it within your current Word document. It is recommended to apply a paragraph formatting, such as vertical spacing or centering. At the same time, you should keep in mind that you are not allowed to move a picture which you have inserted using Word desktop version. It is not possible because such pictures have fixed page position or text wrapping.

Inserting Scanned Pictures Into OneNote

Users of Windows will find the tutorial about inserting scanned pictures into OneNote 2016 very useful. If you have been using any previous OneNote version you know that there used to be an option for inserting scanned pictures from the scanner. However, that feature was far from being reliable. Users of 64 bit machine used to face many problems with this feature. That is why the development team has decided to remove this feature from OneNote program.

OneNote – inserting Scanned Images

Do you have a scanner? In such a case yo can add many things to your notebook. It can be your personal photos, receipts, napkin scribbles and business cards. Users who do not have scanners should use their Office Lens applications (iPhone, Android, Windows Phone) on their smart phones for capturing their notes from whiteboards, signs, menus with vast content and then send these images to OneNote.