Adding images and other objects in Microsoft Word, Excel, or PowerPoint gives your document, spreadsheet, or presentation a visual impact. This is how it works:
Inserting pictures from your computer
Office applications allow you to insert pictures stored on your computer's hard disk. Place the cursor where you want the image to appear and select the "Images" option on the "Insert" tab.
In Word or Excel, you will find this option in the Images tab. Group "Illustrations".
In PowerPoint, it is in the "Images" group.
 The File Explorer opens. Browse to the location of the image file, select it, and then choose Paste.
The image is now inserted.
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Inserting images from the Web
If the image to be pasted is not stored locally on your computer, you can choose one from the Web pull directly from the office app. First, in Word and Excel, click the Insert tab, locate the Illustrations group, and select Online Images.
In PowerPoint, on the Insert tab, switch to the Images group. Select "Online Pictures" there.
Bing's image search will be displayed in a separate window. Enter the search terms in the search bar and select the image you want to insert. Once selected, click on "Paste".
You can also use this method to select and insert several images at the same time.
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Charts are a great resource for viewing trends in data over a set period of time. When you search for charts, you find this option in the Illustrations group on the Insert tab in Word and PowerPoint.
The Chart option opens the Insert Chart dialog box. Select a category on the left, click on the desired graph and then select "OK".
The diagram is inserted.
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One of the main purposes of Excel was to display data trends, and Microsoft gave it a separate "Diagrams" section – along with one "Tours" and "Sparklines" sections – for faster access to the selection of diagrams available in Office.
Creating and inserting screenshots
Office has an integrated snipping tool You can take screenshots and place them directly in your document. You will find this option in the Illustrations group in Word and Excel in the Insert tab.
In PowerPoint you will find the option in the group "Images".
After selecting the "Screenshot" option, a drop-down menu is displayed. A snapshot of each window you currently have open on your computer will be displayed. If you want to insert one of them, one click is enough. If you want to take a screenshot of a specific part of the screen, you can choose "Screen Capture."
Once selected, all you need to do to capture part of your screen is click, drag and drop. The part you have taken will automatically appear in your document.
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Sometimes a simple form is enough to illustrate a point. If you are looking for a shape, choose "Shapes" from the "Illustrations" group of the "Insert" tab in Word, Excel, and PowerPoint.
A clip A menu with a library of shapes appears. Select the shape to insert.
If you want to tweak a shape a bit, you can do it using the edit points. Alternatively, you can draw and edit your own shape if you can not find the shape you are looking for.
You can also illustrate your point by using symbols and symbols. If you select Symbols in the Illustrations group on the Insert tab in Word, Excel, and PowerPoint, there are many icons to choose from.
 The new window that appears allows you to browse the selection of icons provided by Microsoft. When you find the one you want, select "Paste".
The icon now appears in your Office app.
Inserting 3D Models  Office offers a selection of 3D models and is a unique resource for users who want to rotate an object to see it from all angles. You will find this option in the Illustrations group on the Insert tab.
Selecting "3D Models" opens a new window. Navigate through the different models available here and select the one you want. Once selected, click on "Paste".
The 3D model is now inserted. Click and drag to rotate the model from the center of the image.
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SmartArt provides a collection of diagrams, lists, Charts, etc. To insert a SmartArt graphic, select "SmartArt" in the "Illustrations" group of the "Insert" tab in Word, Excel, and PowerPoint. The Select a SmartArt Graphics dialog box appears. Select a category from the list on the left. Then select your graphic and click on "OK". Your SmartArt will now be inserted. PowerPoint org chart with excel data
SmartArt provides a collection of diagrams, lists, Charts, etc. To insert a SmartArt graphic, select "SmartArt" in the "Illustrations" group of the "Insert" tab in Word, Excel, and PowerPoint.
The Select a SmartArt Graphics dialog box appears. Select a category from the list on the left. Then select your graphic and click on "OK".
Your SmartArt will now be inserted.
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