Creating Composite Images that Don't Lose Formatting

Occasionally we receive diagrams in workbooks from students in which the labelling or design concepts in images (especially in Units 6, 7 and 9) have become displaced and therefore cannot be correctly related to the diagram.  An example is the following:




To overcome this, if you are putting together a composite drawing made up of individual drawing elements you should do one of the following:

1. Use the Group Objects tool

a. For images created in PowerPoint

b. For images created in Word


2.   Take an image of the composite drawing and replace the original with the image by using the Windows Snipping Tool: