Working with Word Images

This Working With Word Images video training course will help you understand and get to grips with working with images.

In this course, we look at how Word places images, such as inline with text or 'floating' images (the ones that jump all over the place as you add text or other elements to your document); how to use full cover images, precise positioning, etc.

01 - Introduction

Watch this short video to see what the short course contains and to ensure it's a good fit for you.

Note: I no longer sell 1-Click Book Creation, but if you want a free copy, use the Contact/Assistance button and message me.

02 - Working with images in Word

It's always best to prepare your images before you insert them into Word. If you don't, and they're not the correct size, Word will either stretch or compress them to fit, which affects the final image quality.

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I'm happy to help with any Word questions or issues you have.

How come?

Because, when setup correctly, Word is surprisingly easy.

I’ll record a quick video where I not only tell you what the problems with your template are, but I’ll tell you exactly what you need to do to fix them.

Zero obligations

Being crystal-clear and 100% UPFRONT, there is zero obligation here.

Feel free to take the video and the actionable information I provide and do your own thing/fix it in-house, etc. It’s your call. 

But if you do need to enlist my help, feel free to contact me to discuss.

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