INCLUDEPICTURE "filename" [switches]

Inserts an external graphic into your document.


filename
switches 
\c ConverterIdentifies the graphics filter you want to use
Use the file name of the graphics filter without the .flt file name extension; for example, type pictim32 for the Pictim32.flt filter.
\dReduces the file size by not storing the actual graphic but just a link.

REMARKS
* To insert an INCLUDEPICTURE field, point to Picture on the Insert menu, click From File, click the arrow next to the Insert button, and then click Link to File.
* If you double-click a graphic inserted by the INCLUDEPICTURE field, Word displays the Format Picture dialog box. To change the graphic without using the drawing tools in Word, edit the graphic in the application it was created in, and then update the field in Word.
* If Word doesn't recognize the format of a graphics file, check the Files of type box in the Insert Picture dialog box (on the Insert menu, point to Picture, and then click From File). This list reflects the graphics filters installed on your system.
* The INCLUDEPICTURE field replaces the IMPORT field used in earlier versions of Microsoft Word. If you open a document that contains IMPORT fields, they remain in the document and function correctly.
* For the Microsoft documentation refer to support.microsoft.com

Examples

{ INCLUDEPICTURE "C:\\My Documents\\Hello.gif" \d }

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