Windows 7 - How do cut around a picture to impose the face on another picture

Asked By Smith on 05-Feb-10 12:21 AM
I am trying to impose the face of one picture on another picture.  How do I
find the tool that lets me cut around the shape of the face.




DeanH replied to Smith on 05-Feb-10 05:48 AM
Not with MS Word, which this forum is concerned about.
There are many picture editing applications that can do what you require,
use you favourite search engine to investigate these.
DeanH
Suzanne S. Barnhill replied to DeanH on 05-Feb-10 07:12 AM
If you choose a Tight wrap, you can edit the wrap points to get pretty
close.

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Suzanne S. Barnhill
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Words into Type
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vttotal replied to Smith on 08-Feb-10 02:59 PM
Hi, the best thing to do would be modifying both of the pictures on a picture
editing program. Once done you can insert the pictures back in the word
document.Photoshop Elements would be the best and simplest way.

Nevertheless, if they are both objects from Word you can adjust by changing
the "text wrapping"  options in the toolbar.


Hope this helps,

Vicente.
vttotal replied to Smith on 08-Feb-10 03:01 PM
Hi, the best thing to do would be modifying both of the pictures on a picture
editing program. Once done you can insert the pictures back in the word
document.Photoshop Elements would be the best and simplest way.

Nevertheless, if they are both objects from Word you can adjust by changing
the "text wrapping"  options in the toolbar.


Hope this helps,

Vicente.
vttotal replied to Smith on 08-Feb-10 03:06 PM
Hi, the best thing to do would be modifying both of the pictures on a picture
editing program. Once done you can insert the pictures back in the word
document.Photoshop Elements would be the best and simplest way.

Nevertheless, if they are both objects from Word you can adjust by changing
the "text wrapping"  options in the toolbar.


Hope this helps,

Vicente.
vttotal replied to Smith on 08-Feb-10 03:06 PM
Hi, the best thing to do would be modifying both of the pictures on a picture
editing program. Once done you can insert the pictures back in the word
document.Photoshop Elements would be the best and simplest way.

Nevertheless, if they are both objects from Word you can adjust by changing
the "text wrapping"  options in the toolbar.


Hope this helps,

Vicente.