Adding graphics is a simple and easy way to personalize your card. To do this click on "Objects" "Add a Graphic Object."
You will then be given a list of pictures to choose from. These choices are grouped by object or content. If you are preparing a presentation on computers, double click on computers and you should see a group of pictures that will suit this purpose. To select an individual image you can either use the "Selection Box" or the "Lasso" to make an outline of the picture that you want to add to your card. To do this click either on the button that looks like a box with hashed lines, or the lasso and with the mouse circle the picture.
We have shown what the screen will look like after you have selected one of the images. You will notice that the image of the woman at the computer is different from the others. This allows you to view what you have selected.
When you are done circling an image, a
red-dashed line will be around your graphic. If by chance you circle
the wrong picture or get a piece of another picture, simply click with
the mouse and the red-dashed line will disappear, allowing you to circle
again. After you have successfully circled the picture you want,
click ok. A prompt will then come up on your screen, read it and
click ok. You now can move your graphic to anywhere you want on the
card. When you are satisfied with the location click ok.
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