Transcript of "Creating Images Using Basic Shapes"
Creating Images Using Basic Shapes<br />Today we are going to see just how simple it is to create an image in MS Word using Basic Shapes<br />
Creating A Christmas Tree<br />Open a New Document in Ms Word<br />Ensure that the Drawing toolbar is visible if not select View=>Toolbar=> Drawing<br />Select a Basic Shape Triangle as shown<br />
Creating A Christmas Tree<br />Depress the mouse and draw the triangle to a relatively small size<br />Right Click and then Click on Format Auto shape in the menu<br />Change the Colour Fill to a suitable shape of green as well as the border of the triangle. <br />
Creating A Christmas Tree<br />Right Click, Copy and Paste the triangle so that you now have five triangles to work with<br />Rearrange the triangles and resize them so that they start looking like the real thing.<br />NO Comments Please!!!!!<br />
Creating A Christmas Tree<br />Stick in a star and a trunk plus decorations using other suitable Basic Shapes<br />
Creating A Christmas Tree<br />Using the white Object arrow (bottom left hand side of screen), draw a box around all of the objects beginning from the top left hand side of the image<br />Right click on the images and select Grouping => Group as shown in the diagram<br />
Creating A Christmas Tree<br />Right Click, Copy and Paste the image from MS Word into your graphics software e.g. Paint Shop Pro, as a New Image<br />
Creating A Christmas Tree<br />Here are some other wonderfully crafted images depicting a variety of objects using the same technique!<br />Now you have a go at creating your Basic Shape images for your Graphics project Today. This way you need not worry about Copyright issues!<br />
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