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Illustrations

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  • 1. ILLUSTRATIONS AND GRAPHICS IN WORD 2010
  • 2. HOW TO INSERT PICTURES
    • Found on the Insert Ribbon within the Illustrations group
    • Picture Icon – inserts pictures from saved files
    • ClipArt – inserts pictures from the ClipArt Dialog Box
    • Shapes – inserts ready-made shapes such as rectangles, arrows, etc.
    • SmartArt – inserts a picture to visually communicate your data (venn diagrams, etc)
  • 3. ARTISTIC EFFECTS AND CORRECTIONS
    • Found on Picture Tools “Format” Contextual Tab
    • Artistic Effects make your picture look like a sketch or a painting
      • Samples include: Marker, paintbrush, glass, crisscross etching, etc
    • Corrections improve the brightness, contrast, or sharpness of the picture
  • 4. MODIFY THE SHAPE OF PICS
    • Found within the Picture Style group
    • Before After
  • 5. INSERTING CAPTIONS
    • Insert a picture, then right-click and select Insert Caption
  • 6. COMPRESS PICTURES
    • Found on the Picture Tools Format Contextual tab , within the Adjust group
    • Used to reduce the size of pictures
  • 7. WORDART
    • Found on the Insert Ribbon within the text group
    • Inserts decorative text in your document
    • Can be customized on the Drawing Tools Format Contextual tab within the WordArt Styles group
  • 8. SMARTART
    • Found on the Insert Ribbon within the Illustrations group
    • Graphical representation of your data
    • Select the SmartArt graphic of your choosing, and replace the data with what you want to appear
    • To modify your SmartArt, select the SmartArt Tools contextual tab, and look through the Design & Format ribbons
      • Includes changing the shape, layout, colors, etc.
  • 9. CLIPART
    • Found on the Insert Ribbon within the Illustrations group
    • Includes drawings, movie clips, sounds, or photography
  • 10. TEXTBOXES
    • Insert Ribbon, Text group
    • If you design your own text box (shadow effects, colors, etc), you can save it for later use by:
      • Selecting the textbox
      • Click on the Text Box icon
      • Select “Save Selection to Text Box Gallery”
    • To change the direction of your text within a textbox, select the Drawing Tools Format Contextual Tab, and choose a direction under “Text Direction”
  • 11. SCREENSHOT VS. SCREEN CLIPPING
    • Screenshot – Inserts a picture of any program that is not minimized to the task bar
    • Screen Clipping – Inserts a picture of part of the screen into the file
      • Eliminates the need for cropping

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