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Finding Art You Can Use

What kind of art do you want to use? You can import all kinds of art into Word—drawings, paintings, images you create in high-end graphics programs, and art you download off the Web. You can also create your own diagrams and drawings inside the document you’re working on. There’s room for everything, and unless you’ve got an art file created in an ancient (or virtually unheard-of) format, you’ll be able to get a filter that enables Word to import it.

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Unusual graphics format?

If you have a logo or an image saved in a file format Word doesn’t recognize, try opening the file in an image editing program (Microsoft Digital Image Pro 9 is a good example of a program that works with a variety of files). If you can open the file in the image editor, you can then save the file in a more common file format, such as .bmp, .tif, or .jpg.



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