Those are the only known options, aside from unfriending Bill Gates...The other thing you may have noticed on your printed page is that some of your images are missing, with a box containing a red X in their place.If you insert an image into a Microsoft Word source document, Microsoft Word inserts, or embeds, the image in the Microsoft Word source document, and the image becomes a part of the document.Embedded images move with the text of the paragraph in the document.However, - as you can see on the following screenshot - the Change Picture button is missing from the Adjust () and added the Change Picture button to that group. Inserting the images using the insert tab doesn't have any issues with later changing them.
There are three ways to work around the image-size/rotation quirk: (a) before merging, change all original images’ size and orientation to the desired size using Photo Editor or similar software, (b) after the merge is done, manually resize/rotate troublesome images in the resulting document, or (c) see “The Easy Way...” below for another kind of solution.
Simply doing Save as and choosing the format will not upgrade the file format, you have to do it through the more options choice.
Obviously, the file will no longer be backwards compatible with older versions of Word.
A Tale of the Easy Way and the Hard Way First the hard one...
Microsoft Word includes hidden features to support mail-merging different images into your documents. The photos in the merged document will probably be the wrong size.
The VBA code of updating or refreshing the caption numbers: Though the methods above are not very difficult to update or refresh caption numbers, here is the easiest way for you to update or refresh caption. After you have installed Kutools for Word, you can update or refresh caption numbers with one click.