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How to Inserting Clip Art and Pictures in Word 2010

Posted In MS office - By Techtiplib on Friday, May 4th, 2012 With No Comments »

Inserting Clip Art and Pictures

To Locate Clip Art:

– Select the Insert tab.

– Click the Clip Art command in the Illustrations group.

The Clip Art command

– The Clip Art options appear in the task pane to the right of the document.

– Enter keywords in the Search for: field that are related to the image you wish to insert.

– Click the drop-down arrow in the Results should be: field.

– Deselect any types of media you do not wish to see.

Choosing which media types to display

– If you would like to also search for Clip Art on, place a checkmark next to Include content. Otherwise, it will just search for Clip Art on your computer.

Including content

– Click Go.

To Insert Clip Art:

– Review the results from a clip art search.

– Place your insertion point in the document where you wish to insert the clip art.

– Click an image in the Clip Art pane. It will appear in the document.

Selecting a Clip Art image

You can also click the drop-down arrow next to the image in the Clip Art pane to view more options

To Insert a Picture From a File:

– Place your insertion point where you want the image to appear.

– Select the Insert tab.

– Click the Picture command in the Illustrations group. The Insert Picture dialog box appears.

Inserting a picture from a file

– Select the desired image file and click Insert to add it to your document.

Selecting an image file

To resize an image, click and drag one of the corner sizing handles. The image will change size while keeping the same proportions. If you want to stretch it horizontally or vertically, you can use the side sizing handles.

Changing the Text Wrapping Settings

When you insert Clip Art or a picture from a file, you may notice that it’s difficult to move it exactly where you want. That’s because the text wrapping for that image is set to In Line with Text. You’ll need to change the text wrapping setting if you want to move the image freely, or if you just want the text to wrap around the image in a more natural way.

To Wrap Text Around an Image:

– Select the image. The Format tab will appear.

– Click the Format tab.

– Click the Wrap Text command in the Arrange group.

– Select the desired menu option. The text will adjust based on the option you have selected.

Choosing a text wrapping setting

– Move the image around to see how the text wraps for each setting.

If you can’t get your text to wrap the way you wish, click the Wrap Text command and select More Layout Options from the menu. You can make more precise changes in the Advanced Layout dialog box that appears.

To Use a Pre-Defined Text Wrapping Setting:

– Click the Position command, to the left of the Wrap Text command. A drop-down menu will appear.

– From the drop-down menu, select the desired image position.

Choosing an image position

– The image will move to the position that you have selected, and it will automatically have text wrapping applied to it.

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