When you use Word for document editing, you find that printed pictures always have dark shading. No matter how you change word settings, you won't be able to resolve the problem.
This situation is generally due to the use of inappropriate tools for image insertion caused. In general, inserting a picture into a Word document can take the following 3 methods:
1. Insert a frame in the document, and then copy and paste the picture into the frame.
2. Insert a text box into the document, and then paste the picture into the text box.
3. Insert the picture directly into the document.
The third method is the simplest of the above three methods, but the picture cannot be set separately, so it is not good for document typesetting. The first two methods can be used to surround the picture separately, which facilitates typesetting. However, if you use the second method, because the text box is used to insert text, if you insert a picture, there is a format conflict that causes the picture to have a dark shading when you print the document. So the solution is to use the frame to insert the picture.