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Images are an important part of websites, documents, and basically everything. Being able to easily see exactly what something should look like, or being able to quickly read a chart, are very important. For these blog posts the images are crucial! They show you exactly what to do and what to expect. Without them it would be much more confusing to follow the instructions given. With images being as important as they are, SharePoint can be a bit quirky when it comes to them. In this blog, I hope to help you learn some tricks regarding images and SharePoint customization so that you can be more efficient and productive.
Images are vital to any portal but using them in SharePoint has many quirks that can be worked around:
This is a (very) rough guideline for file sizes and dimensions for the most common image types on SharePoint and other websites:
Figure 1: The Insert Ribbon
Figure 2: The Site Collection Images Dialog Box
Figure 3: The Inserted Image
Figure 4: The Updated Page with Inserted Image
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