Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
Adding Clip Art
Figure 17-2 Use the Clip Art task pane to find and add images that illustrate ideas in your
Adding Art and Entering Keywords
When you find the clip art you want, click it to have Word add it to your document. If you
want to display additional choices, however, hover the mouse over the selection, and an
arrow becomes available on the right side of the clip. Click it to see a contextual menu that
offers additional ways you can fine-tune and work with the image (see Figure 17-3).
Figure 17-3 Use the contextual menu to customize the image for your use.
You can choose to use Insert to place the image, which is just like clicking it in the results
panel; Word inserts it at the cursor position on your page. Or, you might want to use Copy
To so you can use it in another document. The option Make Available Ofline appears in the
contextual menu when you click a clip that is currently stored on Office.com. Clicking the
option displays the Copy To Collection dialog box in which you can choose where in the
Microsoft Office Clip Organizer you’d like to save the file.