There are many ways in which pictures can be inserted into a document. A picture is any type of digital object that has a visual form, meaning its size will change when it changes in size or position on the screen. The most common way to incorporate images into documents is by employing captions, which are descriptions or descriptions that accompany each image in an electronic publication or web page. It is a very useful tool for designers and developers. MS PowerPoint has been the most popular office suite for decades. It is used by large corporations, government agencies, and startups. MS helps engineers to create presentations on a regular basis.
If you have a picture that you want to have placed over your text, there are a number of different ways to do this. In this article I will cover the most common methods used to do this.
We will start with inserting shapes from the picture or from Photoshop/Illustrator directly into MS Word. This requires some programming skills and technical knowledge. We will also see how you can use a simple tool called PS Shape Designer to easily create them using any font type and size you like .
After that we will go through the rest of common ways that people insert shapes into MS Word, including spellchecking and inserting shapes manually into a page by page format.