Microsoft Office 2010 Image Magic


U.S.Navy D.A.V.
Aug 2, 2009
Your documents, spreadsheets, and presentations cry out for great images--a creative company logo, compelling charts, and luscious photos. Microsoft's Office applications have cool tools for using images in your documents, but these features aren't immediately obvious.

In this article, I’ll share some tips and tricks for dressing up images in your Office work, from replacing Excel chart columns with stacked images, to creating a simple one-click image animation in PowerPoint, to making circle and heart-shaped images in Microsoft Word.
These instructions are designed for Office 2010, but earlier editions of Office have similar tools.

1. Tame Word's Bad Image Behavior

2. Insert Images into a Circle, a Heart, or Any Shape

3. Wrap Text Around or Through an Image

4. Use Signatures and Logos as Clip Art

5. Use Picture Charts in Excel

6. Add Pictures Behind Charts and Workbooks

7. Add Your Logo to an Excel Printout

8. Save a Worksheet as a Picture

9. Make Image Maps in PowerPoint

10. Create a Simple Image Animation

Full details w/screen shots of each tip @ Make Image Magic in Microsoft Office 2010: 10 Cool Tricks | PCWorld

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