What is a thumbnail in Word? The first page of a Word document is called a thumbnail. The document thumbnail is saved when you save the document in Word. You can view the document in Windows File Explorer by saving it as a thumbnail. You can instruct Word to save your document as a thumbnail by pressing the F12 key. Then, open the Save As dialog box and browse to a folder on your disk and select “Save Thumbnail.”
To create a thumbnail, open your document in Word and go to the ‘File’ tab and select “Open.” Navigate to your Publisher document and double-click it to open it. Click one of the templates. In the “Insert” tab, click “Picture” and select the image you want to use as a thumbnail. Once you have added the image, click the small arrow to the right of the “Insert” button to insert it.
The second type of thumbnail is for videos. The purpose of a thumbnail is to make it easier to find and manage large images. In many document management applications, thumbnails are small versions of the original image. They are also used in websites to make the download time and bandwidth more efficient. However, there is a tradeoff. A large thumbnail can be large and slow, while a small thumbnail can be viewed and used quickly.