Microsoft Publisher is a desktop publishing software that allows users to create and design professional-looking documents, such as brochures, newsletters, and flyers. One of the key features of Publisher is its ability to incorporate images into your designs. Here is a beginner's guide on how to use images in Microsoft Publisher:
Open Microsoft Publisher and create a new document or open an existing one.
To insert an image, go to the "Insert" tab on the ribbon and select "Picture." You can also use the keyboard shortcut "Ctrl + Shift + I."
Select the image you want to insert and click "Insert." The image will be placed in the center of the page.
To reposition the image, click and drag it to the desired location. You can also use the "Format" tab to adjust the size and rotation of the image.
To add effects to the image, such as a drop shadow or a border, go to the "Format" tab and select "Picture Styles." You can also use the "Picture Tools" tab to edit the brightness, contrast, and color of the image.
To add text to the image, use the "Text Box" tool under the "Insert" tab, and place the text box on top of the image.
To add a hyperlink to the image, right-click on the image and select "Hyperlink." You can link to a website, a specific page in a document, or an email address.
To save your document, go to "File" and select "Save As."
Note: Publisher also allows you to add vector graphic, shapes, and clip art to your document.