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Part 2: Reinforcing Your Message with Tables, Charts, Diagrams, and Pictures
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When you want to create a visual splash on a flyer, an advertisement or marketing piece, a newsletter, or another eye-catching publication, you can use objects from the Stars And Ban ners AutoShapes menu. Inserting a star or banner is similar to inserting other AutoShapes, as described in the following steps:
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1 Click AutoShapes on the Drawing toolbar, and choose Stars And Banners from the menu. 2 Choose a star or banner, and then click and drag in the drawing canvas to create the object.
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An example of an inserted star and banner is shown in Figure 12-9.
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Figure 12-9. You can modify the appearance of stars and banners by using the rotation, adjustment, and sizing handles.
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As with most AutoShapes, stars and banners are customizable, as described in Customizing Lines and Shapes on page 365, and Controlling Objects in Drawings, on page 379. For example, you can customize stars and banners by performing any of the following actions:
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Adding text Applying color or a fill effect Modifying the outline style Rotating the object Adjusting the shape of the star or banner Resizing the star or banner
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Part 2: Reinforcing Your Message with Tables, Charts, Diagrams, and Pictures
Enlivening Documents with Drawings and AutoShapes Keep in mind that the purpose of using star and banner objects in documents is to draw attention to particular bits of information or sections of your documents. If you overuse these types of objects, you ll tend to drive readers away instead of attract them.
Drawing Callouts
Sometimes you might want to associate certain pieces of information with a particular spot on a graphic, or you might want to annotate areas of a document. You can easily do so by using callouts. A callout object combines a text box with an arrow, a line, or a pointer. Word provides 20 types of callout AutoShapes, which you can find on the Callouts floating toolbar, shown in Figure 12-10.
Figure 12-10. Word provides a variety of callout objects that you can use to annotate docu ments, identify areas in graphics, or present other types of information.
To use a callout, follow these steps:
1 Click AutoShapes, choose Callouts, and then choose a callout style from the Callouts menu.
2 Click the location in the drawing canvas where you want to insert the callout, and drag
to create the object.
3 After you insert a callout, you can click the callout s leader line and drag the yellow
diamond-shaped adjustment handle to reposition the leader; drag the green rotation handle to rotate the callout; or drag selection handles to resize the callout.
4 Click in the callout s text area, and type the relevant information.
As with other AutoShapes, you can format callouts using standard formatting techniques, such as applying colors, formatting text, adding fill effects, resizing, and moving.
Accessing More AutoShapes in the Clip Art Task Pane
If you find that you need an object that is not available in the AutoShapes menus, you can access additional shapes by choosing More AutoShapes, located at the bottom of the AutoShapes menu. When you click this option, Word opens the Clip Art task pane, shown in Figure 12-11. If you don t see the additional shapes, you might first need to click Organize Clips.
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Figure 12-11. When you choose the More AutoShapes option, you gain quick access to additional drawing objects that are easy to customize.
The additional AutoShapes include the following:
Room layout objects, such as outlines of desks, chairs, wastebaskets, and door swing marks Computers and computer-related objects, such as mainframes, modems, firewalls, and
folders
Commonly used objects, such as musical notes, light bulbs, and padlocks Web site-related objects, such as objects that represent a home page, a film clip, a feed-
back form, and an e-mail icon You insert items associated with the More AutoShapes category in the same way you insert other clip art items simply by clicking the object you want to insert. The main difference between the More AutoShapes objects and standard clip art is that you can more easily cus tomize and format the AutoShapes as drawing objects than you can most clip art. Tip Integrating clip art into drawings In addition to the clip art items associated with the More AutoShapes option, you can add any other clip art item to a drawing. You can also right-click a clip art item and choose Edit Picture from the shortcut menu to customize the clip art as a drawing object. If you ve inserted a clip art item that s a picture and not a drawing object, Word displays a message box when you click Edit Picture that asks whether you want to convert the picture to a draw ing object. Click Yes to make the conversion.
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