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Office 2010 Made Simple by Guy Hart-Davis

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Illustrating Your Documents with Clip Art Items

The quick way to illustrate your documents is by inserting clip art items—a picture or photograph, a video snippet, or an audio clip. Office comes with a selection of clip art items, and you can easily download other items from the Office.com website.

The advantage to using clip art is that you can quickly find high-quality images, videos, and audio that you can use freely in your documents without needing to seek permissions or pay royalties. The disadvantage is that you're limited to the selection of clip art that Office and Office.com provide, and that the items you use are available for use by every other Office user on the planet. (So if you need an original look to your documents, you may ...

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