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5.7: Icons in Word

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    46492
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    Learning Outcomes

    • Create a Word document with inserted icon.

    There is one more thing Rosamine wishes to incorporate into her document—a final icon.

    Rosamine’s GM has a good sense of humor, so Rosamine chooses a different icon to end with in each of her reports. This time she wants a little piggy bank icon. To do this, she puts her cursor where she wants the icon to go, clicks on the Insert tab, and selects the Icon button. After scrolling down, she finds the piggy bank icon, selects it, and clicks the Insert button.

    A Microsoft Word document is open with a sales report displayed. There are two green arrows displayed, one is pointing at the insert tab in the ribbon menu and the other is pointing at the icon dropdown menu.
    A Microsoft Word document is open with a sales report displayed. A insert icon box has opened up. There are two green arrows, the first is pointing at the selected icon and the second at the insert button.

    The little piggy is now in the document but needs a bit of adjusting. Like she can with the table and chart, Rosamine can drag the little image circle boarder to make the icon smaller. She also selects the button to have the icon move behind the text.

    A Microsoft Word document is open with a sales report displayed. A green arrow shows how to resize the newly inserted icon and a second shows the layout options.
    A Microsoft Word document is open with a sales report displayed.

    Now the little piggy bank is in place, and Rosamine has finished her report. She makes sure to save her file where she can easily find it again and emails it to her General Manager. Well done, Rosamine!

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    • Icons in Word. Authored by: Sherri Pendleton. Provided by: Lumen Learning. License: CC BY: Attribution

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