It is possible to insert a picture file obtained from somewhere other than the Microsoft Clip Art Gallery into a Word document. The picture file may be an Internet image, a clip art image from a CD or another program, or a digital camera file.
To insert a file such as this into a Word document, follow these steps:
Choose the Insert > Picture > From File.
Click the Look In drop down arrow and navigate to the location of the picture file.
Select the picture file and click the Insert command button.
Note You are limited in your ability to move the inserted image.
If you insert a picture file by importing it as clip art you will be able to easily move the image. To import an image as clip art follow these steps:
Choose Insert > Picture > Clipart.
On the right side of the screen, the clipart search will appear. Down at the bottom, click on the Organize clips...
Favorites - Microsoft Clip Organizer dialog box will appear.
Choose File > Add Clips > Organizer > On My Own. Locate the picture you want to add. Select it and click Add.
If you would like the clipart to go into a certain folder, click Add to.. instead and choose the folder you would like to add the clip to.
After your clip is in the clipart organizer, you may edit the keywords associated with the clip. In the Clipart Organizer dialog box with the clipart selected, go to Edit > Keywords to add new keywords to be associated with the clipart.
Type a word you want to use for searches in locating this piece of clipart and click Add. Use this procedure for each word you want to add to the keywords. Click OK when finished.
Tip: You can also right-click the clipart to open the Keyword dialog box.
To find your newly inserted clipart, type in the keywords to help you find it. Clipart with matching keywords will appear in the Microsoft Insert Clipart dialog box. Click the image to select it, and click the down pointed arrow and select Insert.