Webinar: Working with Photos in Office

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If a picture is worth a thousand words, you’d better get the details right. In this week’s webinar we’ll explain the tools in PowerPoint, Word, and Outlook that can make a picture look great.

Can’t view this video? It’s also available at Microsoft Showcase.

What you will learn at Tuesday’s webinar

  • Inserting and adjusting an image
  • Make a bad picture look good
  • Wrapping images around text
  • A new tool for PowerPoint 2013

References for this webinar

Go to for more information on how to join the series.

–Doug Thomas

  1. References for this webinar
    •Insert a picture with Office 2010 or Office 365 Home Premium
    •Adjusting an image with Office 2010 or Office 365 Home Premium
    •Compressing an image in PowerPoint 2010 or Office 365 Home Premium
    •Cropping an image
    •Remove background in Office 2010 or Officer 365 Home Premium
    •PowerPoint 2013 Eyedropper (blog post)
    •More about using bigger pictures in PowerPoint
    •When a picture doesn’t fit (blog post and video)
    •Blog post on the differences of wrapping text around images
    •Warning about wrapping text in PowerPoint: you can’t do it, but there is a workaround…
    •A full training course for using photos in PowerPoint 2010
    •And since it’s that time of year: Our free calendar templates are now available

    –Doug Thomas

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