Understanding Clip Art Content-MS Power Point-Tutorial, Guides for MS Microsoft PowerPoint skills. Indian Institute of Information Technology (IIIT)
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Understanding Clip Art Content-MS Power Point-Tutorial, Guides for MS Microsoft PowerPoint skills. Indian Institute of Information Technology (IIIT)

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Akhilesh Radheshyam delivered this tutorial at Indian Institute of Information Technology (IIIT) for MS Power Point. It includes: Clip, Art, Content, Layouts, Images, Placeholder, Graphics, Programs, Task, Clip, Organize...
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Understanding Clip Art Content By now you should be comfortable using the Content Layouts in the Slide Layout task pane, so let's continue our examination of content by using the next two items in the Content panel:

Clip art

Images from file

Both of these have the same result—an image is placed into the Content placeholder of the slide. So, why are there two different ways to accomplish this task? (You might well ask that question about a lot of Office programs.)

Clip art generally refers to stock images. A lot of older clip art is comprised of little drawings and cartoons. But as graphics programs have evolved, full-color photographs (and even video) have found their way into clip art collections, many of them sold on CD, DVD, or on the Internet.

Let's see what happens when we click the Clip Art icon in the Content panel of a slide with a Content layout, as shown in Figure 9.1.

Figure 9.1. Clicking the Clip Art icon on the Content panel opens the Select Picture panel of the Clip Organizer. You can search or scroll through the

contents to find one you like.

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Clicking the icon opens the search panel of the Clip Organizer, which has already cataloged the stock images (clip art) in Microsoft Office.

You can add any of those images to the current slide by selecting it and clicking OK, as shown in Figure 9.2.

Figure 9.2. After you've located an image in the Clip Organizer, it's easy to insert it in a slide. Just select the image and click OK.

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But what if you want an image other than what's already cataloged in Office? If you open the Clip Organizer using the steps in the next section, you can click File, Add Clips to Organizer, On My Own, and import your own content into the Clip Organizer (see Figure 9.3). Use the File Browser dialog box to locate and add any other images on your hard drive to Collections in the Clip Organizer. Remember that you can select individual files by holding the Ctrl key or a range of files by pressing the Shift key.

Figure 9.3. You can manually add selected items in folders to the Clip Organizer.

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Launching the Clip Organizer frequently means that it tries to locate clip art online. You might need to close your dial-up dialog box or connect to the Internet to work with the Clip Organizer without interruption.

To stop accessing the Internet with the Clip Organizer, see Figure 9.5 for how to deselect your Web collections in your searches.

Figure 9.5. Searches through your catalogued clip art are organized into collections.

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