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IGCSE ICT Revision Wiki
IGCSE ICT Revision Wiki
Pages and Files
Analogue and Digital Data
Create web pages
Creating links to anchors on the same page
Data manipulation 2
Difference between Intranet and Internet
Images in HTML
Indroduction to Sytems Analysis and Design
Add "All Pages"
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Importing an image
To import a Clip Art image
tab and then then the
It will come up with this, so you can search for anything you want. You can narrow down the search by collection and data type.
Entering data from existing files
Select the “Office” button
From file type, select “all types”
Select the wanted file, and click “Open”
Use Save as… to save the file as a word-document rather than a text file
Comma seperated values, changing into a table:
Select the text
Select the table icon, then “convert text to table…”
Wrapping text around images
1. Select the image
2. Right-click it, and select “Text Wrapping”
You will get a sub-menu with the layout options. Useful ones include:
In Line with Text
This places the image as an in-line graphic and is treated as a text character within a line of text. It will move with the text surrounding it if new text is inserted or deleted.
This places the image on the page and the text wraps (flows) around it. Use “More Layout Options” to specify the type of wrapping that you require.
This places the image on the page and the text wraps (flows) around it, like “Square”, but you cannot control the distance of the text from the image for the top and bottom settings, although you can to the left and right, using “More Layout Options”
This places the image behind the text. It can be used to set a background image in a document.
In Front of Text
This places an image over the top of the text.
Top and Bottom
This places the image with the text above and below the image, but not wrapped to the side.
More Layout Options
This can be used to give more options to the selected layout types above.
help on how to format text
Turn off "Getting Started"