Links to Web pages are everywhere, and most popular document editing tools include a way for you to add links to your creations. Microsoft Word is no different, and you may have even added text links to a document before. But you can also add a link to an image if you find that you need this functionality. Whether the link is there to provide credit to the creator of the image, or to offer your document reader additional information about a topic, the ability to point them to another location can be very helpful. Our short how-to guide below will show you the steps needed in order to add a link to an image. The steps in this article will require you to know the Web address URL of the page to which you want your image to link.
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Writing an essay is like making a hamburger. Think of the introduction and conclusion as the bun, with the "meat" of your argument in between. The introduction is where you'll state your thesis, while the conclusion sums up your case. Both should be no more than a few sentences. The body of your essay, where you'll present facts to support your position, must be much more substantial, usually three paragraphs. Like making a hamburger, writing a good essay takes preparation.
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Appendices will allow you to include supplemental information that is related, but not necessarily integral, to the primary text of your essay. The Purdue Online Writing Lab advises writers to include an appendix, or several appendices, if the information imparted is too complex to fit in a footnote. Items included in the appendices may include interview transcripts, a description of research instruments, survey texts, data tables, vocabulary lists, graphs or sample calculations. While writing the primary text of your essay, pay attention to the flow of your sentences and the relevance of each new piece of data.
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