Enhancing documents with clip art

People naturally gravitate toward images when reading documents. An image can quickly summarize a point, clarify abstract information, and even entertain. When you choose and use clip art, charts, and other visuals in your business documents, you can illustrate ideas effectively and keep readers engaged. The two keys are to select an image that best serves the meaning of your document and to modify and place the image correctly so that the document retains its formatting.

In the information that follows, Microsoft Office System expert Stephanie Krieger discusses how to make sound choices when selecting images to accompany your business documents. By using her examples and advice, you'll see how the right image has the maximum effect. And you'll learn how you can use Microsoft Office System tools and the Clip Art and Media on Microsoft Office Online site to select and place art in your documents for the most professional results.

You can also learn how to download clip art from the Clip Art and Media on Microsoft Office Online, how to use images from the Web, and how to manage clip art that you've stored on your computer so that you can quickly reuse your favorite images without wasting time searching.

Learn to get your audience's attention by using appealing, professional visuals in your business documents.

 
 
Applies to:
Excel 2003, FrontPage 2003, Outlook 2003, PowerPoint 2003, Publisher 2003, Visio 2003, Word 2003