Clip Art And Media
Word offers a unique facility to add clip art and media files to the documents. This helps to illustrate a point or to make the document more meaningful and interesting. You could import graphics, clip and media files from a variety of graphics programs. Word offers a wide collection of clip art graphics that you can insert in documents and then edit to suit your needs. Ion addition, Word also allows you to import graphics that you may have designed example, a graphic made in paint.
When you insert a graphic into a document and then click on it, eight sizing handles appear around it. You can use the sizing handles in order to make the graphic larger or smaller. You can also use handles to trim the graphic, hiding the portions you do not wish to be displayed or printed. While you take a print, the sizing handles do not appear in the printed document.
Making a Collection of Clip Art
Inserting a clip art item in a document is easy and straightforward, hut you may also want to build up a collection of clip art lo use at a later point. For example, when you're planning a document about a particular topic, you can gather a collection of clip art images that you may want lo use. When the time comes to put the document together, you'll have the images on hand to drop right in rather than having to search for them. For managing your clip art, Microsoft Office provides a program called the Microsoft Clip Organizer. You can add clip art to your collection from the Clip Art task pane or by working directly in the Microsoft Clip Organizer.