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Add Clip Art to a Page
This is part of Chapter 3 of the book Sams Teach Yourself Microsoft FrontPage 2003 in 24 Hours by Rogers Cadenhead, published November 2003 by Sams Publishing
FrontPage 2003 includes a library containing thousands of clip art graphics, photos, and other multimedia files. These can be freely incorporated into your own Web pages.
Although some of the offerings are unspeakably hideous, if you comb through the library using FrontPage's search engine, you will probably find some suitable icons and other eye-catching imagery.
The clip art library includes graphics from FrontPage and any other Office products you have used, such as past versions of FrontPage. It also might include some graphics, digital photos, and other images on your computer -- the Microsoft Clip Organizer included with Office searches your computer for graphics files and other multimedia.
To find and add clip art to a page, follow these steps:
Clip art from the library is usually much larger than you might expect. This is by design because it's easy to shrink a graphic to the desired size without losing its image quality. It is much more difficult (often impossible) to increase the size and maintain the same quality.
When you add clip art to a page, the original graphic remains in the library. None of the changes you make to the graphic will alter the original copy of the image.
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