The pictures should be placed when you place the document.
So they won't lose any of their resolution, even though they are coming straight from a Word document (obviously I don't know if they lose their resolution when placed in a Word document in the first place)?
YOU. Are the coolest. That is exactly the article I needed to see. I actually converted it to an RTF file, per the suggestion of a YouTube video I was watching. I haven't done anything with it yet and can easily just re-place it as a .docx file, if that will keep the pictures intact. Thoughts on that?
And, you wouldn't happen to also have written articles about my last two questions (below)? Or, just know the answers?
Also, I want to apply a style to all of them, which I created in Object Styles. Is there a way to apply it to every pic in a document?
And, probably pushing my luck here, but is there a way to make the imported caption (which is just text in Word) added as a caption? I can apply a paragraph style to each individually too, if that's the best way.