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Insert Image Step 1:

When you use the Insert function it will insert your image to the position of the flashing cursor. So place the cursor where you want the image to be. Also notice the Insert button right of the View Button.

Insert Image Step 2:

As you can see when you open the Insert Button there are lots of insert options but we will stick with images for now. First you choose 'Picture' then 'From File'

Insert Image Step 3:

When you choose 'From File' you are given the browse dialoge box to browse for the image that you want to insert. The image we are going to insert here is on the Desktop; so we choose the desktop from the drop down list.

Insert Image Step 4:

Now that the desktop items are showing in the dialoge box we can now choose what is on it; for our example we have 'image.jpg' on the desktop. Double click the image. You could do these steps for an image anywhere on your computer once you know where it is.

And there you have it the image 'image.jpg' has been inserted where the cursor was flashing and you can insert any image from anywhere. See below how to Format the picture.

If you want more options to manipulate the image; Right Click the image, choose 'Format Picture' and for instance if you choose 'Layout' then choose 'Behind Text' you can move the image anywhere even behing your typed text, "have fun".