How To Format An Image In Microsoft Word
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How to Format an Image in Microsoft Word

Inserting an Image
  1. Start Microsoft Word, and then open the document that you want.
  2. Click to place the insertion point at the location in the document where you want to insert the picture.

    Note: The picture will be inserted with the bottom left corner positioned where you place the insertion point.
  3. On the Insert menu, point to Picture, and then click From File.
  4. Browse to the folder that contains the picture that you want, click the picture file, and then click Insert.
  5. Click the inserted picture, and then drag the sizing handles to resize the picture, if necessary. Drag the rotation handle to rotate the picture, if necessary.
  6. The Picture toolbar has more options for making changes.

    Note: If the Picture toolbar is not displayed, point to Toolbars on the View menu, and then click Picture.

Changing Picture Position and Text Wrapping

  1. Start Microsoft Word, and then open the document that you want.
  2. Click the picture you that want to format.
  3. On the Format menu, click Picture.
  4. In the Format Picture dialog box, click the Layout tab, and then click Advanced. 
    • To Format Text Wrapping:

      Click the Text Wrapping tab. Select the text wrapping style that you want, and then click
    • To Format Picture Position:

      Click the Picture Position tab. Select the horizontal and vertical positioning that you want, click to select the check boxes of the options that you want, and then click OK.
  5. Click OK to close the Format Picture dialog box.

Another way to move the image:

1. Right click the mouse and click Text Wrapping> Through

2. Click Text Wrapping> Edit Wrap Points

3. Drag the image anywhere you want

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