What is Clip Organizer?

You can use Microsoft Clip Organizer to collect and store clip art, photos, animations, videos, and other media to use in documents, presentations, spreadsheets and other files. Use the following instructions to start Clip Organizer.

Start Clip Organizer from Windows

  1. Click Start.
  2. Click Programs or All Programs.
  3. Select Microsoft Office, then Microsoft Office 2010 Tools (Office 2010), or Microsoft Office Tools (Office 2007).
  4. In the list, click Microsoft Clip Organizer.
  5. You can click Clips Online, or Search to get started building easy-to-manage collections of media files.

 Note   In Windows 7 and Windows Vista, on the Start menu, you can type Microsoft Clip Organizer in the Start Search box.

Find clips and pictures from an Office program

Office 2010

  1. Open a Microsoft Office 2010 program.
  2. On the Insert tab, click Clip Art.

 Note    In Microsoft Outlook 2010, open a new e-mail message and insert your cursor into the Composing area to find the Clip Art button.

  1. The Clip Art pane appears.
  2. You can check Include Office.com content, or click Find more at Office.com, or Hints for finding images to get started building easy-to-manage collections of media files.

 Note   Community-submitted clip art and media files have a small icon (a pawn) indicating their origin. Upon first use of community content, a terms-of-use dialog appears. Accept the terms to use the content.

Office 2007

  1. Open a Microsoft Office 2007 program.
  2. On the Insert tab, click Clip Art.

 Note    In Microsoft Outlook 2007 open a new e-mail message and insert your cursor into the Composing area to find the Clip Art button.

  1. The Clip Art pane opens.
  1. You can click Clip art on Office Online, or Tips for finding clips to get started building easy-to-manage collections of media files.

 Note   Community-submitted clip art and media files have a small icon (a pawn) indicating their origin. Upon first use of community content, a terms-of-use dialog appears. Accept the terms to use the content.

What uses of photos, clip art, and font images are prohibited?

Although these examples do not represent an exhaustive list, you are not permitted to do any of the following with the photos, clip art, font images etc. (Media Elements) in the Software Product:

  • You may not sell, license, or distribute copies of the Media Elements on a stand-alone basis or as part of any collection, product, or service where the primary value of the product or service are the Media Elements.
  • You may not use or distribute any of the Media Elements that include representations of identifiable individuals, governments, logos, initials, emblems, trademarks, or entities for any commercial purposes or to express or imply any endorsement or association with any product, service, entity, or activity.
  • You may not create obscene or scandalous works, as defined by federal law at the time the work is created, using the Media Elements.
  • You must indemnify, hold harmless, and defend Microsoft from and against any claims or lawsuits, including attorneys’ fees that arise from or result from the use or distribution of Media Elements as modified by you.
  • You must include a valid copyright notice on your products and services that include copies of the Media Elements.
  • You may not permit third parties to distribute copies of the Media Elements except as part of your product or service.
 
 
Applies to:
Access 2010, Excel 2010, InfoPath 2010, OneNote 2010, Outlook 2010, PowerPoint 2010, Publisher 2010, Visio 2010, Word 2010, Access 2007, Excel 2007, InfoPath 2007, OneNote 2007, PowerPoint 2007, Publisher 2007, Visio 2007, Word 2007, Access 2003, Excel 2003, OneNote 2003, PowerPoint 2003, Publisher 2003, Visio 2003, Word 2003