Inserting Clipart and WordArt
- Learn how to Insert Clipart in a document.
- Learn how to Insert WordArt in a document.
Inserting Clipart in your document.Save any work that you have.Choose File/New/Blank Document/OK to create a new document.Type the following text in your document.The Eighth Grade class of Lincoln Middle School invites you to attend their graduation ceremonies.Please be our guests at this special occasion.Place the cursor between the two sentences.Choose Insert/ObjectSelect Microsoft Clipart GalleryClick OKSelect the Academic category.Several Academics clipart images will be displayed.Select an image which is appropriate for your announcement.Click OKYour invitation will look similar to the one shown below.The Eighth Grade class of Lincoln Middle School invites you to attend their graduation ceremonies.Please be our guests at this special occasion.Save your invitation in a file.Top of PageInserting WordArt in your document.Save any work that you have.Choose InsertObjectSelect Microsoft WordArtClick OKIn the dialog box, type the text to be displayed as WordArt.(In this example, the name of the school “Lincoln” was typed.)The following tool bar will appear.Select an Shape.(For example, Arch Up)Select a Font. .(For example, Arial)Select an Size. .(For example, Best Fit)Select Bold or ItalicSelect Even Height if every letter should be same height.Select Flip if text should print sideways.Select Stretch to fill area horizontally or vertically.Align. (Centered is default.)Select Spacing to change space between characters (kerning)Select Rotation to change rotation angles.Select Shading to change shading behind text.Select Shadow to give shadow effect.Select Border to draw border around WordArt.The Eighth Grade class ofinvites you to attend their graduation ceremonies.Please be our guests at this special occasion.