help please creating a document with pictures

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Found 6th Jun 2009
Hi guys, I have to make a planning application for wood effefct upvc windows. The council want me to use wood, even though other houses have upvc. I need to include in my planning application pictures of lesser appproved windows with text underneath. It cannot be done on word and so wanted to know the most simple idiot proof method please???? many thanks guys!!
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It can't be created in Word. But you would need to import the pictures.

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Guide there.
Adam2050;5418510

It can't be created in Word. But you would need to import the … It can't be created in Word. But you would need to import the pictures.http://www.ehow.com/how_2337759_put-photos-microsoft-word-document.htmlGuide there.



Great thanks ill give it a try rep:thumbsup: added
mm doesnt work any other routes please anyone please?/
els;5418684

mm doesnt work any other routes please anyone please?/



Why doesnt it work?

I put pictures in Word documents all the time.
well i have them on my edrive from te camera, copy and paste or cut and paste and the only wayto see them is via reading layout! but then the writing all over 60 pages instead of 1. Am i being silly ????
els;5418749

well i have them on my edrive from te camera, copy and paste or cut and … well i have them on my edrive from te camera, copy and paste or cut and paste and the only wayto see them is via reading layout! but then the writing all over 60 pages instead of 1. Am i being silly ????



I have Word 2003.

I select the Insert menu, then the Picture option, then "From file" and I navigate to the file (picture) and then select it.

Office 2007 does it slightly differently, but the principle is the same.
How are you getting on? Have you done it yet dude?

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guilbert53;5419434

I have Word 2003.I select the Insert menu, then the Picture option, then … I have Word 2003.I select the Insert menu, then the Picture option, then "From file" and I navigate to the file (picture) and then select it.Office 2007 does it slightly differently, but the principle is the same.



Sorry tried that but same as before you can only see it in reading mode over 60 pages instead of 1 in print or normal view mode
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