To insert an image to a document, place the cursor where you want to insert the image and do one of the following:
•On the Insert menu, click Image.
•On the Toolbar, click the button. If the window size does not allow to display the whole Toolbar, inserting the image will be available by clicking the button on the Toolbar.
In the system window that opens, select the image you want to insert and click Open.
If the image is saved to the clipboard, you can insert it by selecting the Insert command in the context menu or by pressing Ctrl+V ( Cmd+V). To paste via the context menu, give the browser permission to access the clipboard. If the image was copied to the clipboard as a file, when pasted into the document via the context menu the file name will be pasted, but not the image contained in it.
When you insert an image, its size is limited by the size of the visible area of the application.
The Safari web browser below version 13.1 does not support contextual menu insertion;
The Mozilla Firefox web browser does not support pasting via context menu and keyboard shortcuts.
You can only insert one file at a time using this command.
To insert the image into another editor, copy it from the MyOffice Spreadsheet document to the clipboard and insert it into the third-party editor using the commands used in this third-party application.
When inserting an image into a Microsoft Office document, use the Paste Special command. Copy the image separately from the other content in the document. If you copy the image and text at the same time, only the text will be inserted into the Microsoft Office document.
The image is inserted into the external application in its original size and converted to .png format. Copying image properties (text wrapping, resizing, rotation, etc.) is not supported.
Inserting an image into a third-party application is not supported in Mozilla Firefox, Sputnik and outdated Chromium-based browsers.