Cut a picture in Microsoft Word 2007

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Dear sir, Please tell me the answer to the question below: What can I use to cut a picture in Microsoft Word 2007? Cut or crop? Regards, Abid  
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if the image is in Word currently,or other location,  you can right-click the image and either cut (to remove it ) or copy. This will save the image to the clipboard. You can then paste it in another document or email by using CTRL+V.  If you cannot cut/copy using this method, newer versions of Windows have a snipping tool that lets you grab a portion of the screen. It works like a cropping tool and will save image in a separate window that you can save or paste elsewhere. 

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  • Harisheldon
    Why not just use the copy, CTRL+C, and paste, CTRL+V, the picture into your document. You won't need to open any other application for this.
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  • carlosdl
    I think the OP is not referring to cut as in "cut and paste" but to cutting parts of an image (cropping).

    If my guess is correct, here is the official guide for Word 2007:

    Crop a Picture
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  • Subhendu Sen
    Better see MS help page by clicking help menu, which is a .chm file and it is a wonderful help for your query. There is also search/ index option where you can filter your search according to your fit.
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