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How can you insert video in Microsoft Word 2013?
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by smithamaia013 In reply to Microsoft Word

To insert video into the word document you have to go to

INSERT an Online Video Media Enter the keyword or video you are looking for Press enter click on the video you want to add it To add or download video, click Insert

The video will appear in word as an image when the download is completed, click on play button to play your video

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Thanks for sharing the useful information..

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Insert video in Microsoft document..

by amywilliams12 In reply to Microsoft Word

Hi smithamaia013,

To insert video in Microsoft Word 13,

1. Click Insert > Online Video.
2. In the Insert Video window, you can search for videos on Bing or insert a video’s embed code. You also have the option to add other providers such as YouTube.
3. When you find the video you want, just click Insert.


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How to add video in MS Word 2013?

by natty_sem In reply to Microsoft Word

It's pretty simple. This video tutorial will show you how to do that -

Hope the shared information would be helpful.

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How to Import a Video Into Word

by rohitseth023 In reply to Microsoft Word

You can import multimedia content, such as videos, into your Microsoft Word documents by using the set of tools located in the Insert group. You can insert a video of your own into the document or import an online video and place it into the document. The video is inserted immediately into the document. You can then send the Word doc to other people and they'll be able to play back your videos using their own default video players.

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