How to insert a clipart in Microsoft Word 2007 on a Windows 7-based PC
Once you have opened a Microsoft Word 2007 document on your Windows 7 PC, what all do you think you can do with it apart from adding content? Well, a lot. You can add graphics, tables, charts etc. While these options go very well with more of scientific or technical content, there is one pictorial element that has a neutral impact. Yes we are talking about a clipart. These are mostly suggestive and do not necessarily limit the scope of the reader’s imagination, as is the case with a structured image. Now that you have shortlisted a suitable clipart you can go ahead and insert it in your Word document. This is not a very tough task but doing it the right way is surely important. Let us view some quick steps to put the clipart in order, the right way:
1. Open the Word document
2. On the “Insert” tab, in the “Illustrations” group, click “Clip Art”
3. In the “Clip Art” task pane, in the “Search for” text box, type a word or phrase that describes the clip art that you want, or type in all or some of the file name of the clip art.
a. To limit the search results to a specific collection of clip art, in the “Search in” box, click the arrow and select the collection you want to search
b. To limit the search results to clip art, click the arrow in the “Results should be” box and select the check box next to “Clip Art”.
5. In the “Clip Art” task pane, you can also search for photographs, movies, and sounds. To include any of those media types, select the check boxes next to them.
6. Click “Go”.
7. In the list of results, click the clip art to insert it.
What’s more? They also give you an option of having multiple media options like sound and movies. So simply go smart with a clipart.