Insert Photos into an OpenOffice 4 Document on a MacBook Air
Edited by Thor, Crystal, Eng
Hello, welcome to VisiHow. Today I'm going to show you how to insert a picture into an OpenOffice document when using your Macbook Air.
- 14We're going to select it, then increase the font size to make it more readable.Now we want to wrap it around the photo. We're going to move the picture by clicking on it and dragging it, you can also change the size by clicking and dragging on the green boxes in the corners and sides of the image. Now we have found the place we wanted, we can use the buttons up on the top where my mouse is to wrap the image around the text.
- 15The text will move to accommodate the image.So, if you place the image on top of the text and press the wrap text button, the text will move to form itself around the image. It has become an image surrounded by text, sort of like a newspaper. This is very useful for creating research documents or anything where you want to connect images and written text. Now you can see it looks very professional. We have a title, we have some information about the frog and we also have the image to support the text.
- 16This is a very useful function to create numerous documents in OpenOffice.If you have any suggestions or questions about what you seen in this video then please leave them in the section below. You've been watching VisiHow. Goodbye.Advertisement
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Recent edits by: Crystal, Thor