Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
Adding Clip Art
Edit Keywords is an important selection if you are preparing an online document because
search engines will read the keywords you use and perhaps display your Web page in
someone’s search results list. When you click Edit Keywords, the Keywords dialog box
appears (see Figure 17-4). You can review the existing keywords or add keywords of your
own by clicking in the Keyword box, typing the word, and then clicking the Add button.
Click Close when you are finished entering keywords.
Figure 17-4 Keywords help your online document show up in search results.
Narrowing Your Art Search
By default, the Clip Art task pane searches for all kinds of potential art files—everything
from cartoon-like drawings that relate to the word or phrase you entered to photographs,
movies, and even sounds. You might love it that you have such a sweeping choice—or you
might want to narrow the results so that you can find what you want in a more focused
manner. Word makes it easy for you to search for a particular file type for your document.
For example, suppose that you need to find the best photographs you can for use in an
annual report. You can narrow your search so that only photographs related to your search
phrase are displayed, which makes finding what you need much easier. Here’s how to do it:
1. Click Clip Art in the Illustrations group on the Insert tab to display the Clip Art task
In the Search For box, enter a word or phrase that describes the types of images
you’d like to see.
3. Click the Results Should Be arrow to display the list of media types.
4. Select the Photographs check box (see Figure 17-5) then click the Go button.