Do you want to know how to add clip art to PowerPoint? Check out this blog post for a step-by-step guide.
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What is clip art?
Clip art is a collection of ready-made images used to enhance documents. Microsoft Office provides several Web-based and offline clip art libraries from which you can choose. The Office Online clip art library is the best place to start looking for graphics because it’s integrated with PowerPoint and other Microsoft Office programs. You can search for specific types of clip art or browse through the entire library. If you find an image you like, simply click on it to insert it into your presentation.
Where to find clip art.
In addition to the default shapes, Lines, and Connectors that are available in PowerPoint, you can insert Clip Art files. These are ready-made pictures (also called image files) that come in a format that can be used by computers. The format of the image files can be either .jpg, which is a standard graphics file format, or .png, which is a portable network graphics file. Portable network graphics files are usually smaller in size than .jpg files, so they download faster from the Internet.
How to insert clip art in PowerPoint.
Inserting clip art into your PowerPoint presentation is a quick and easy way to add some visual interest to your slides. Here’s how to do it:
First, open your PowerPoint presentation. Then, click on the Insert tab at the top of the screen. In the Insert tab, you should see an Images section with a Clip Art button.
Click on the Clip Art button, and a search window will open up. You can search for specific images by keyword, or you can browse through the categories of clip art that are available.
Once you’ve found an image that you want to insert, click on it and then click on the Insert button. The image will be inserted into your PowerPoint slide.
You can move and resize the image as needed. And that’s all there is to it! Now you know how to insert clip art into PowerPoint.
Tips for using clip art in PowerPoint.
Clip art can be a great way to add some visual interest to your PowerPoint slides. But there are a few things you should keep in mind when using clip art in your presentations.
First, make sure that the clip art you choose isrelevant to the topic of your presentation. Clip art that is too cute or too whimsical can be distracting, and it can make your presentation look less professional.
Second, try to use high-quality clip art. The last thing you want is for your presentation to look like it was put together in a hurry. Clip art that is low-resolution or pixelated will not give your audience the best impression of you or your company.
Finally, remember that less is more. A few well-chosen pieces of clip art are more effective than a bunch of cheap-looking graphics. So take your time in choosing the right clip art for your PowerPoint presentation, and your audience will thank you for it!
How to resize clip art in PowerPoint.
Clip art is a nice way to add some personality to your PowerPoint presentation. But sometimes the default size of the clip art is too big or too small. Here’s how to change the size of clip art in PowerPoint.
First, select theclip art that you want to resize. Then, go to the “Format” tab on the ribbon. In the “Size” section, you’ll see a “Width” and “Height” option. Enter the desired values for these options, and then press “Enter” on your keyboard. The clip art will resize itself accordingly.
How to crop clip art in PowerPoint.
When you’re working with clip art in PowerPoint, you may want to crop it to fit your needs. Cropping lets you cut out unwanted parts of an image and focus on the part that you want to use. Here’s how to crop clip art in PowerPoint:
1. Select the image that you want to crop.
2. Click the “Picture Tools” tab on the ribbon.
3. Click the “Crop” button in the “Adjust” group.
4. A cropping border will appear around the image.
5. To crop the image, click and drag the cropping border until it surrounds only the part of the image that you want to keep.
6. When you’re happy with the selection, click “OK” to crop the image.
How to apply effects to clip art in PowerPoint.
Open your PowerPoint presentation. Select the slide where you want to add the clip art. Click on the “Insert” tab. In the “Media” group, click on “Clip Art”. A search box will appear. Type in a keyword that describes the type of clip art you’re looking for. A preview of the clip art will appear in the window. Select the clip art you want to use and click “Insert”.
How to rotate clip art in PowerPoint.
If you need to change the orientation of your image, follow the steps below.
-Click on the image to select it.
-Click on the “Rotate” drop-down arrow in the Drawing Tools Format tab.
-Click on the desired rotation option.
How to change the color of clip art in PowerPoint.
Clip art is a great way to add some visual interest to your PowerPoint presentations. And, lucky for us, PowerPoint makes it easy to change the color of clip art to match the theme of your presentation. Here’s how:
First, open the PowerPoint presentation you want to add clip art to. Then, click on theInsert tab at the top of the screen. In the “Illustrations” section of the Insert toolbar, click on “Clip Art.”
When the Clip Art task pane appears on the right side of the screen, type in a keyword that describes the kind of clip art you’re looking for. For example, if you’re looking for clip art of animals, you might type in “animals” or “zoo.”
When you see an image you like, click on it to insert it into your PowerPoint slide.
If you want to change the color of your clip art, click on the image to select it. Then, click on the “Format” tab that appears at the top of the screen. In the “Adjust” section of the Format toolbar, click on “Color.”
A drop-down menu will appear with different color options. Click on the color you want to use for your clip art. Your clip art will now be that color!
How to animate clip art in PowerPoint.
You can animate clip art in PowerPoint by using the built-in animation tools. To animate clip art, select the clip art object and click on the “Animations” tab. Then, select an animation from the list and click “Preview.”