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32 Moving Pictures Around on the Page To move pictures around on the page: 1. Click on the picture and hold. (The cursor will become a four-directional arrow.) 2. Drag the image to the correct location and release. 3. If the image will not move, or if it will not stay in the correct location, try the troubleshooting remedies at the end of this section. Enlarging or Reducing Picture Dimensions Figure 3-2. Arrow. To enlarge or reduce picture dimensions: 1. Click on the image to select it. 1. Go to the "Drawing" toolbar and select the arrow shape. 2. Move the cursor over the "anchor" at any corner of the 2. Place the cursor where you want the arrow to begin, image; the cursor will become a double arrow. drag, and release. 3. Click on the double arrow and hold; move the cursor to 3. Move and resize the arrow as needed. enlarge or reduce the image. To add a circle to highlight part of a picture (Figure 3-3): Note: Enlarging pictures in a Word document can make them fuzzy when you print the document. Reducing the dimen- 1. Go to the "Drawing" toolbar and select the circle shape. sions tends to make them sharper. 2. Place the cursor where you want the circle to begin, drag, and release. 3. Move and resize the circle as needed. Cropping Pictures 4. You can format the circle in many ways. Go to the "Drawing" toolbar and select the appropriate tool. (The Sometimes it helps readers if you trim or crop a picture to bucket icon allows you to select "fill color" if you want focus on the most important part of the image. To crop a to highlight the circle in color, the paintbrush icon picture: allows you to select "line color," and the column of lines icon allows you to select line heaviness. However, 1. Double-click on the picture. do not use color in your picture if you plan to print in 2. Select the "Picture" menu. black and white.) 3. Under "Crop From," type in the width of text to cut from the left, right, top, and/or bottom of the picture. To add a label (i.e., caption) to a picture (Figure 3-4): 4. Select "OK." 1. Go to the "Insert" menu; select "Text Box." 2. Click and hold your curser where you want the label to Deleting Pictures begin, drag, and release. An empty text box will appear. To delete a picture: 1. Click on the image to select it. 2. Hit the "Delete" key. Adding Arrows, Circles, and Labels Help readers get the full value of a picture by using arrows. You can use an arrow on its own if the instructions make it obvious where the arrow is pointing, or add a text box to point from descriptive text (e.g., "add oil here") to an exact reference in a picture (e.g., the oil fill location). To add an arrow (Figure 3-2): Figure 3-3. Circle.