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12.1: Introduction to the Insert Tab

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    13645
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    The Insert Tab allows the user to insert a variety of items into their document. In contrast to the Home Tab which provides controls for the user to manipulate and adjust their entered text, the Insert tab allows the users to add items to the document such as new pages, tables, graphics, document items, Microsoft Word add-ins, video, comments, header/footer, text boxes, and Symbols. Just like the Home Tab, all functions of the Insert Tab are placed into groups that are described below.


    This page titled 12.1: Introduction to the Insert Tab is shared under a CC BY license and was authored, remixed, and/or curated by Nick Heisserer (Minnesota State Opendora) .

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