Inserting media files in Word 365

Word Microsoft 365 (2021)    |    Intermediate
  • 11 videos | 45m 26s
  • Includes Assessment
  • Earns a Badge
  • Certification CPE
Explore the many ways to insert media files in Word 365. In this course, learn how to insert pictures, icons, and other images, as well as how to take a screenshot. Next, discover how to adjust an object position and the text wrapping options, which are both useful in the display of your document. Then you will be able to use image styles as well as edit and modify an inserted image, which is especially handy to make your document appear more professional or creative. Lastly, you will also discover how to insert and format a 3D Model to add more interesting elements to your document. In order to practice, you will find the video samples in the Resources section.


  • discover the key concepts covered in this Inserting media files in Word 365 course
    insert pictures from the internet and from a file
    insert a screenshot into a document
    insert images, icons, cut-out people and other images into a document
    adjust an object position manually and set up position options and advanced position options
    adjust text wrapping options in your document
  • change the style of an image in a document
    edit the appearance of an image
    resize, crop, rotate, and manage an image
    Insert a 3D model into a document
    format a 3D model


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    This video outlines the key concepts covered in Inserting media files in Word 365 including inserting pictures, adjusting an object position, and formatting a 3D Model. FREE ACCESS
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    A very good way of illustrating your Word document is to insert pictures. There are a number of ways of doing this. You can, for example, paste the image from its original location (such as a website) straight into your document. You can also import images from your hard-drive. Word 365 even features an integrated, online image gallery to find images from the internet. This video aligns with MOS Word Associate MO-100 Objectives: 5.1.2.  Insert pictures. FREE ACCESS
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    3.  Taking a screenshot
    4m 13s
    It can occasionally be useful to illustrate your text with a screenshot, especially if you are creating a step-by-step guide to using a particular program. In Word 365, you can use the screenshot tool to import captures of your open windows and even create an image of your desktop. This video aligns with MOS Word Associate MO-100 Objectives: 5.1.5.  Insert screenshots and screen clippings. FREE ACCESS
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    4.  Inserting icons and other images
    4m 14s
    In Word 365 you can improve your document with images, icons, illustrations, cut-out people, and stickers. All these images are organized in tabs, categories, and they can be edited to adapt to your document theme. Learn how to access the Stock Images gallery and insert, edit and remove these items from your document. FREE ACCESS
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    5.  Adjusting an object position
    4m 11s
    When inserting an object in Word, it is very important to be able to adjust the position. You can choose the location of the object on the page by either adjusting it manually or discovering the position options. This video aligns with MOS Word Associate MO-100 Objectives: 5.4.1. Position objects. FREE ACCESS
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    6.  Adjusting text wrapping options
    4m 41s
    If you want to ensure that the items in your document (such as your tables and images) are properly positioned and arranged, you are going to need to know how to use the text wrap options. An image, for example, can be positioned next to, behind or in front of any text in your document. You can also change how your text elements react to a nearby image, and even customize exactly how the wrap options are applied to the selected image. This video aligns with MOS Word Associate MO-100 Objectives: 5.4.2. Wrap text around objects. FREE ACCESS
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    7.  Using image styles
    4m 42s
    In order to quickly change the appearance of an image, you can use the picture styles tools in Word. Discover how to add frames, borders and add effects to your document images. This video aligns with MOS Word Associate MO-100 Objectives: 5.2.2. Apply picture effects and picture styles. FREE ACCESS
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    8.  Editing an inserted image
    4m 45s
    Word comes complete with a number of basic editing tools that can be used to change the appearance of the image that you have inserted. You can, for example, change the image's brightness and apply various artistic filters. FREE ACCESS
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    9.  Modifying an image
    4m 20s
    In addition to editing an image, you can also modify it. This is useful if an image is not the correct size or direction that you want it to appear in the document. For example, if the image that you inserted is too large, you can simply resize or crop the image. FREE ACCESS
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    10.  Inserting a 3D Model
    4m 19s
    With Word, you can insert 3D models into your documents. You will learn how to insert a three-dimensional image into your document and use the 3D model tools. This video aligns with MOS Word Associate MO-100 Objectives: 5.1.3. Insert 3D models. FREE ACCESS
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    11.  Formatting a 3D Model
    3m 49s
    Once you have inserted a 3D model, you can adjust it within your document. Discover how to resize, move and position the 3D model within Word. This video aligns with MOS Word Associate MO-100 Objectives: 5.2.6. Format 3D models. FREE ACCESS


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