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Special Edition Using Microsoft® Word 2000 by Bill Camarda

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Editing Clip Art to Serve Your Needs

Regardless of how you've inserted images into your documents, you may need to modify them to serve your needs more effectively.

At the least, you'll probably need to reposition and perhaps resize your clip art to integrate it into your document. However, you can do much more. Graphics can be cropped (page 779), brightened, recolored, and even redrawn. You can also adjust how graphics work with other page elements. The following sections teach you all you need to know to edit the graphics you insert into Word documents.

Understanding Vector and Bitmapped Graphics

To better understand the ways in which graphics can (and cannot) be edited, it helps to understand the difference between two types of graphics ...

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