Chapter 11: Adding Color and Pictures to a Presentation 231 1. Click a slide (in either Slide or Outline view) to which you want to add a picture. 2. Click the Insert tab. 3. Click the Clip Art icon in the Illustrations group. The Clip Art window appears on the right side of the screen, as shown in Figure 11-10. 4. Click in the Search For text box and type a word that describes the type of image you want to find. 5. Click Go. The Clip Art dialog box displays all the clip art images it could find that matched the descriptive word you typed in Step 4. 6. Click the clip art image you want to use. PowerPoint displays your chosen image on the current slide. (You may need to move or resize the image.) 7. (Optional) Click the Close box of the Clip Art pane to make it go away. Figure 11-10: The Clip Art pane lets you search for the type of picture you want.
232 Part IV: Making Presentations with PowerPoint Creating WordArt WordArt provides another way to display text. Unlike ordinary text that you can format, WordArt lets you create graphically oriented text to use as headlines for added emphasis. To create WordArt, follow these steps: 1. Click the slide (in either Slide or Outline view) to which you want to add WordArt. 2. Click the Insert tab. 3. Click the WordArt icon in the Text group. A WordArt menu appears, as shown in Figure 11-11. 4. Click a WordArt style to use. PowerPoint displays a WordArt text box on the current slide. 5. Click in the WordArt text box and type text. Figure 11-11: The WordArt menu lists all the different styles you can choose to display text. Resizing, moving, and deleting graphic images When you add graphics to a slide, you may need to resize or move them to another location. To resize a graphic image, follow these steps: 1. Click the graphic (picture, clip art, or WordArt) that you want to resize. PowerPoint displays handles around your chosen object. 2. Move the mouse pointer over a handle. The mouse pointer turns into a two-way pointing arrow.