How to insert a clipart in Microsoft Word 2007 on a Windows Vista-based PC
Are you planning to accentuate your document with a clipart or an image? Well, you can certainly do that. Especially with so many visual elements available on the internet, there is no dearth of finding good options to go with your written content. While the options are numerous at times apart from getting a good resolution of a clipart, placing it in the right position is also very critical. Howsoever, clear or impactful be the image, it can’t cast the desired effect if placed in one corner or an odd position in your Microsoft Word 2007 document. The answer is lack of interest in the written content. So how can you get your Windows Vista-based PC to give you the best of the contents? We will make your life simpler by following some quick and easy steps to get sorted on this front.
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.
So, for all those who followed me on the procedure above, creating impactful documents is just a matter of few minutes. Isn’t it?