How to Crop JPEG Images in Word

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JPEG images may need to be cropped in order to fit properly into a Microsoft Word document. Learn how to crop JPEG images in Word with help from an experienced web developer in this free video clip.

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Video Transcript

Hi, I'm Christina Chiu. I'm a computer and web specialist and today I'm going to show you how to crop JPEG images using Microsoft Word. So when we open our Microsoft Word we're just going to insert our pictures so click on your insert tab up here and insert picture. I'm going to use one of the sample pictures and it's going to be water lilies. Click on water lilies and then click on insert. And now once you've inserted the picture in Microsoft Word it opens up a format tab and then one of the options of format tab is size and inside size you see crop so we're just going to click crop right there and now you should see that now they have black edges. The black edges is to show the areas of where it's going to crop. So if we move it, you should see parts of it becoming black and white. Now the black and white areas are going to be what's going to be cropped out of your picture and the colored areas is going to be the resulting image. So if you want we'll just crop most of the picture and just have one water lily inside so it's going to be this way, this way and this way. And so click on crop again and now it's cropped. And that is how you crop a JPEG image using Microsoft Word. Thank you so much for your time. My name is Christina Chiu.


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