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|27th June 2013, 07:14||#1|
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How to Add a Caption to an Image in Word 2013
If you’re writing a long Word document containing a lot of images, you may want to add captions to those images. You can then reference the images by their number in the text as well as generate a Table of Figures.
To add a caption, select a picture in your document and click the References tab.
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