Word allows you to do much more than simply insert or place graphics. In our Word series of our internal classes, this one will focus on the graphic design functions in Word such as pictures, SmartArt, screen shots, and other items that can be found on the Insert tab. You will learn graphic types and insert them into your word documents. This class takes you through importing, inserting, and even creating pictures, clipart, SmartArt, shapes, charts, screenshots, watermarks, WordArt and objects. Make your documents truly customized and eye popping. Personalize them with a custom watermark. Insert objects such as an Excel Spreadsheet or another Word document.
Why learn it?
These functions really breathe life into your drab black and white text documents. With a simple picture or chart, you can turn your document from meh to yeah! Luckily, there's a whole range of ways you can add images to better illustrate, no pun intended... your point.
All MNTC instruction and curriculum is provided in English unless specifically stated otherwise.
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Moore Norman Technology Center
PO Box 4701
Norman, OK 73070
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