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I am preparing a thesis on how D-Day was determined due to the meteorological reports that Eisenhower got.The first invasion date was actually June 5 , 1944.

The Germans were getting the same weather data but failed to act on it-as the 6th showed a break in the weather- the window of opportunity that Allied forces needed to invade the coast of Normandy.

I have been scanning and inserting various pictures of balloon charts etc as to the weather into a Word Doc.They line up well- not as good as

Power Point but still OK.

Question- If I click on right I get a margin block for the whole insert. I have been working on this thesis for a week and am afraid I will bugger it up-

The Margin block (actually a frame that pops up)-can further clicking means I could adjust the insert? There are many other ways I could go(like I was able to clarify some old photos of Omaha beach better)but am curious if anyone ever clicked on a block like that in Word.

In years of using Word I never saw this type of block around a insert.

(I should have used PPT but didnt and am almost done)

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Sorry, that I am so late in answering this but I have been on a few projects. Word is the versatile program.

If the picture is too large just click on it and resize by grabbing the lower right corner and shrinking up the picture. If you want word wrap around the picture the directions below:

  • Click on the picture
  • Go to format in the menu bar
  • Click on 'Picture... in the drop-down window'
  • Click on Layout
  • Click on the style of word wrap that you would like to use.
  • Click on the horizontal position where you would like the picture or manually locate it when selecting other.
  • Click on OK.

I know that you probably know this, but I had forgotten. I hope this is what you wanted.

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While we are talking about Word inserts, I want to have the fields envelope that I use read the zip code and insert in the bar code. I have an envelope that has all the fields that I use from several data bases (like; friends, bills, insurance, etc.). One of the merge fields is the zip code. I usually copy and paste the zip code into a new insert choice of bar code , US Barcode zip. I would like the Word program to read the zip code from the data base automatically and make the bar code. Any help?

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