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TGRES2: Customising the resources (2)
Using images in a Word Document by copying or inserting the file
Once you have found the image you want to use and are ready to place it in your Word document you could

Right –click on the image, select ‘Copy’ from the pop-up menu then click in the Word document and select ‘paste’ from the ‘Edit’ menu or

When you are ready to place the image , go to the ‘Insert’ menu, select ‘Picture from file’, then browse through the directory structure until you find the folder and image you want, then click on ‘Insert ‘ at the bottom right of the dialogue box.

Using animations and videos in Word by inserting a hyperlink.
Video files are usually huge – often 15MB or 20MB - so you would not use ‘copy and paste’ to put a file into a Word document. The easiest way to use animations and videos is probably to create a hyperlink.
In order for the hyperlink to work, the file it links to must be available somewhere on your computer, so unless you plan to have the CD-ROM in the drive every lesson, you will need to create a folder on your hard disk and copy the files you want to use into it. (You will also need Macromedia Flash installed on the computer to use these files).

You will then be ready to create your presentation:
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