You can upload pictures into the word box, and have text wrap around it. This is how you insert pictures into your word document:
First, click this button:
Next, you will see the "Image Properties" window:
To select an image you would like to use, click on this button:
This will take you into your file manager, where you can do the normal uploading and selection procedures. Once you have selected a photo to use, you will be brought back to the Image Properties window. The left hand column boxes are the following:
A number indicates whether or not you have a border, 1-5 is generally a good start. To change the color of the border, highlight the picture and select a text color.
This box determines the spacing for your text. "H" stands for horizontal, and "V " stands for vertical. Again a number 1-5 looks the best.
The align button determines where the image is on your screen. For example the three pictues here are aligned left, with HSpace and VSpace set to five. The result of this is spacing in between the photograph and the text, and the text also appears to the right of the picture.
If you want to adjust any of these settings after you have already inserted a picture, right click on the picture, then these options should appear:
Then all you have to do is select "Image Properties" and then you will be brought back to the main Image Properties window.