You can create a table and format it to make information
You can format text in a table using the
You can perform calculations on the values in a table using one of Word’s built-in formulas. For complex calculations or analyses, you can insert an Excel worksheet in a Word document.
To vary the layout of a document, you can create two, three, or more
In this chapter you will learn to:
Create a diagram.
Insert and modify a picture.
Align a picture with the
Draw and modify a shape.
You can insert graphics in Microsoft Office Word 2003 to make your documents more visually appealing and to
You can use the Drawing toolbar to insert pictures and draw different kinds of objects. After you add a graphic to a document, you can enhance it with colors and special effects. You can also change its position by using layout options and changing how the graphic and other elements on the page relate to each other.
In this chapter, you’ll create a diagram, insert pictures, change a picture to appear faintly in the background, change how text and graphics are laid out, insert a WordArt object, and draw and modify
Do you need only a quick refresher on the topics in this chapter? See the Quick Reference entries on pages xliii–xliv.
On The CD Before you can use the practice files in this chapter, you need to install them from the book’s companion CD to their default location. See “Using the Book’s CD-ROM” on page xiii for more information.
Microsoft Office Specialist To present hierarchical data or other types of information, you can create and insert diagrams in a document. A diagram is a relational representation of information. One common type of diagram is an organization chart. For example, The Garden Company might create an organization chart if it wanted to show the company’s personnel structure.
In addition to organization
When you insert an organization chart into a document, the chart has placeholder text that you replace with your own. The boxes and the lines of the organization chart are objects that you can move and change.
In this exercise, you will insert and modify an organization chart.
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start Word before beginning this exercise.
the OrgChart document in the practice file folder for this topic. This practice file is located in the My Documents\Microsoft Press\Word 2003 SBS\WorkingGraphic\CreatingDiag folder and can also be accessed by clicking Start/All Programs/Microsoft Press/Word 2003 Step by Step .
the OrgChart document.
Press [CONTROL]+[END] to move to the end of the document.
On the View menu, point to Toolbars , and then click Drawing .
Insert Diagram or Organization Chart
On the Drawing toolbar, click the Insert Diagram or Organization Chart button.
The Diagram Gallery dialog box appears, with the Organization Chart option selected by default.
Click OK .
An organization chart is inserted into the document at the insertion point, and the Organization Chart toolbar appears.
In the organization chart, click the top box, and type Karen Berg .
Click the first box in the second row, type Kim Akers , click the second box, type David Ortiz , click the third box, and then type Gordon Hee .
All the boxes now contain
On the Organization Chart toolbar, click the down arrow to the right of the Select button, and click All Connecting Lines in the drop-down list.
All connecting lines in the organization chart are selected.
On the Format menu, click AutoShape .
The Format AutoShape dialog box appears.
area, click the down arrow to the right of the
In the Arrows area, click the down arrow to the right of the Begin style box, click the second item in the first row, and then click OK .
The lines in the organization chart are now red with arrows attached.
You can quickly format an organization chart using a predefined style by clicking the Autoformat button on the Organization Chart toolbar.
Click the blank area to the right of the organization chart to deselect it.
On the Standard toolbar, click the Save button to save the document.
the OrgChart document.