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Microsoft® Office SharePoint® Designer 2007 Bible by Vikram Kartik

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7.1. Inserting Pictures and Symbols

Most of the menu and toolbar options related to pictures are disabled until you place the cursor on a Web page open in SharePoint Designer. Inserting and working with pictures is simple enough, and once your Web page is open, you just have to choose Insert Picture to pick a picture you want to insert on the page. You have the option of inserting a picture from a folder location on your computer where you saved it, from a scanner or camera, or from the pictures available in the Office clip art gallery.

NOTE

Web pages in general are expected to load fast. Thus, it's recommended that you insert pictures of reasonable sizes on Web pages. This helps in loading the page faster. The file types suggested for the Internet are GIF, JPEG, and PNG.

For example, to add clip art to your Web site, follow these steps:

  1. Open the Web page you want to add a picture to, click your cursor where you want the picture to appear, and then choose Insert Picture Clip Art. The Clip Art task pane opens. This task pane allows you to search for clip art and other media on your computer and on the Microsoft Office Web site.

  2. Type Designer in the Search for text field and then click ...

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