Office for iOS working smoothly. A Microsoft Word for iPad Pro 10.1 Review & Comparison — Office Insider (CA) Jul 27, 2023 — Microsoft Word for iPad will easily replace the software you were using to write your thesis, report or novel…and it does it well. The app works like a charm. Ink For Mac — Apple Support (CA) Add pictures to text — Google Support Jan 29, 2023 — You can add pictures and other images to the text you are editing using a tool in Word for Mac that is integrated with a feature in a document library. To get pictures into your text, first open it in Word, scroll down to the bottom of the screen and select Options from the Tools toolbar. Then select Insert Picture. Once the insert picture window pops up, you can pick from several image sizes, rotate and resize them and crop them. When you're finished, the images will be inserted directly into the text layer. The Import menu in Word — Apple Support (CA) You can also import photos into a Word document by choosing File then Import (Mac). You'll get an overview of your document, as well as a list of photos you have in the library on the right. You can select a photo to make changes to it, make changes to the whole document or save it (if you have enough slots in the document library). Furthermore, you also get the option of importing all photos into a single folder or moving them into a folder by dragging and dropping. If you have more than one folder for photos, the files will be grouped together and imported. When you want to make changes to a picture you've just uploaded to your document, just drag the image from the photo manager to the text you want it to appear in. You can also set the text to only display the image. Mar 2, 2023 — It's easy to add pictures to a word or paragraph. Just drag it to a text area and the pictures show up. The Import menu in Word— Apple Support (CA) You can also upload videos to Word. This is done by selecting File, then Import Documents. Viewing and editing video files in Word. — Apple Support (CA) Select a video file in File, then open it in a video editor. The video is displayed on full screen, and then you'll be able to make changes to it by selecting an area and dragging, flipping or zooming to manipulate it.