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From: Evan Martin [mailto:evan -dot- martin -at- garvin-allen -dot- com]
Here's one that most Word users should be able to help me with.
I am in the process of reformatting/reorganizing our documentation and I
have a question about inserting images or screenshots into Word
Is there any advantage of inserting the image as an object and linking
the file itself? The only advantage that I've noticed is that you can
double-click the image and edit it.
I have been putting screenshots in by using Insert > Picture > From
This seems to embed the image within the document and I don't need to
the original image. Is this common practice?
Any input or opinon is appreciated.
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