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Microsoft Excel 2010 : Working with Graphics - Inserting Clip Art, Inserting a Picture from File

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Inserting Clip Art

Clip art adds visual interest to your Excel worksheets. With Microsoft clip art, you can choose from numerous professionally prepared images, sounds, and movie clips. After you add graphics, you can move them around in the worksheet and even assign text wrapping.



1. Click the Clip Art button on the Insert tab to open the Clip Art task pane.

2. Type a description for the clip art you are looking for in the Search for Text box, and press Enter (or click the Go button).

3. If Microsoft has clip art that matches the description you type, it displays in the Clip Art task pane. Click an image in the results list to insert it into your worksheet.

4. The clip art is inserted into your worksheet.


Tip: The Picture Tools Format Tab

If you click on any picture or clip art, you will see a new Picture Tools Format tab. There, you will find tools to crop, format, adjust contrast, apply effects, and most anything else you would typically do to a picture.


Inserting a Picture from File

Often times, you will want to embed your own company-approved pictures into your worksheet. A good example of this is a company logo. Excel is quite flexible and allows you to insert varying types of picture files: Bitmap files, JPEG files, PNG Files, TIF files, PCX files, and many more.



1. On the Insert tab, click the Picture button to open the Insert Picture dialog box.

2. Locate the file you want to use, and click it to see a preview. (You might need to select Preview from the dialog box Views button).

3. Click the Insert button.

4. The image is inserted into your worksheet.


Tip: Manage Overlapping Picture Objects

If you have multiple pictures on your worksheet, you can manage how the pictures overlap each other. Right-click on each picture and select either Send to Back or Bring to Front. This way, you can better control the layout of your pictures, and even layer your pictures to create robust visualizations.


 
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