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A nice feature of Microsoft Word 2013

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A nice feature of Microsoft Word 2013

You can't do this in Google Docs :)

If you have a Word doc with a nice background and you need an inserted image to overlay without its pesky white background, just do this...
  1. Insert the photo to your word doc
  2. Set its position
  3. Double-click the new image to launch the Format Ribbon
  4. Click Color from the Adjust Menu
  5. Select "Set Transparent Color", then click the color on your image to be transparent (e.g. white) and Voila!


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