When you try to insert clip art in a Microsoft Office
object, the Insert Clip Art
pane may not appear and you cannot
insert the clip art. This problem occurs when all the following conditions are
- You inserted a Microsoft Office document, such as a
Microsoft Word document or a Microsoft Excel worksheet, as an object into a
- You are editing that Office
object in place.
Microsoft Office 2003, you
click Insert, point to Picture, and then
click Clip Art.
a 2007 Microsoft Office system, you click the Insert tab, and
then you click Clip Art in the Illustrations
This problem occurs because Office 2003 objects do not
support the use of panes when you edit the object in place in a non-Office
To work around this issue, start Clip Organizer in
stand-alone mode, and then insert the clip art into your Office
object. To do this, follow these steps:
- Click Start, point to All
Programs, point to Microsoft Office, point to
Microsoft Office Tools, and then click Microsoft Clip
- Locate the clip art image that you want to use.
- Right-click the image, and then click
Copy. If the Office
object is not in edit mode, double-click the object.
- Right-click in the Office
object area, and then click Paste.
The clip art is pasted into the Office
has confirmed that this is a problem in the Microsoft products that are listed
in the "Applies to" section of this article.
Article ID: 832927 - Last Review: October 4, 2011 - Revision: 3.0
- Microsoft Office Basic 2007
- Microsoft Office Enterprise 2007
- Microsoft Office Home and Student 2007
- Microsoft Office Professional 2007
- Microsoft Office Small Business 2007
- Microsoft Office Standard 2007
- Microsoft Office Ultimate 2007
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