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You can do it in various ways, if you have your photo , you can have it done in MS Word or if you like, MS Publishing.
With MS word you have to click insert then photos from file and have it behind text in the toolbar option, then you may wanted to add some graphics by pressing insert again then graphics. you can play around with so many designs available there.
hope this help you out,
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