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Transcript: The insert ribbon Header the thing that tells you your name and date 2.Clip art Building blocks are reusable pieces of content or other document parts that are stored in galleries. You can access and reuse the building blocks at any time. You can also save building blocks and distribute them with templates so that other users can use the building blocks you created Quick parts If you insert a Microsoft Windows Metafile (.wmf (Windows Metafile Format (WMF): A vector graphics format for Windows-compatible computers used mostly as a clip art format in word-processing documents.) file) from the Clip Organizer, you can convert it into a drawing object (drawing object: Any graphic you draw or insert, which can be changed and enhanced. Drawing objects include AutoShapes, curves, lines, and WordArt.). If the picture is a bitmap (bitmap: A picture made from a series of small dots, much like a piece of graph paper with certain squares filled in to form shapes and lines. When stored as files, bitmaps usually have the extension .bmp.), .jpg, .gif, or .png file, it can't be converted into drawing objects and ungrouped. cross- reference made from one part of a book or register to another part, where the same or an allied subject is treated o hyperlink In computing, a hyperlink (or link) is a reference to a document that the reader can directly follow, or that is followed automatically.[citation needed] A hyperlink points to a whole document or to a specific element within a document. Hypertext is text with hyperlinks, and is commonly viewed with a computer. A software system for viewing and creating hypertext is a hypertext system, and to create a hyperlink is to hyperlink (or simply to link). A user following hyperlinks is said to navigate or browse the hypertext. The objects laid out on this article of used mostley for comparing shapes Word art The Drawing toolbar available in earlier versions of Microsoft Office programs has been replaced by the Drawing Tools ribbon tab. The ribbon is designed to help you quickly find the commands that you need to complete a task. chart A map showing coastlines, water depths, or other information of use to navigators bookmark To add a table of contents for an individual section, you create a bookmark for that section and specify that bookmark in the TOC field code. table the system of numbering pages Picture 1. A visual representation or image painted, drawn, photographed, or otherwise rendered on a flat surface smart art Ready-made pieces of printed or computerized graphic art, such as illustrations, borders, and backgrounds, that can be electronically copied and used to decorate a document. page number SmartArt graphic is a visual representation of your information that you can quickly and easily create, choosing from among many different layouts, to effectively communicate your message or ideas


Transcript: It starts at one point, travels across the paper to different locations, and ends when it is finished "mapping" out the subject. A line can be fat and blunt or thin and wiry, sketching and halting or flowing and confident. Any kind of line we draw with is going to be individual. Just as each of us signs our name in an individual way, so a line is like the persoanl signature of the artist who drew it. Challenge Turning Point 1. Make a flowing line that loops freely around the page. 2. At the furthest point of each loop, drop a "connecting" line. This will become the edge of the ribbon when it turns. 3. Make a line which goes parallel to your first line. Be careful that it turns to exactly meet each edge. Next Point 4. Erase one part of the line to determine its curve. 5. Now you can emphasize important lines. 6. ...and develop your drawing with light and dark. Success Line Background photo by t.shigesa Once you've tried one now create another more complicated one. Erase and recreate lines that are thicker in places and thinner in others. Try bringing out negative spaces and emphasizing others. This time exert pressure at ONE point in each loop to achieve a spatial "tunnel-like" effect Lines can define space and form on the page. They can provide boundaries between shapes, and they can also map out the territory within a form. In Michelangelo's drawings, we saw the flat piece of paper become transformed by this use of line. Out of the two-dimensional paper, a three-dimensional figure seems to appear and then may fade away, all depending on the kinds of lines he uses. When he wants to emphasize a part of his drawings, he will darken the line. Or he will go over the same line several times to bring a form into sharper focus. In other areas, his lines will fade and soften leaving only an impression On the back, divide your sheet into 4 sections again using 3 lines. Second: Starting on one side, make even loops with a continuous, flowing line, using EVEN pressure Michelangelo's drawings show how a line's course can guide your eye in and out, stopping at intersecetions that contain important details. of the form. First: Divide your paper into 4 strips, by making 3 lines. is probably the most important element in drawing. Make Changes Ribbons 3 part video To write, we use very small, tight lines. For drawing, you need to get used to using your hand in a very different way. You may find that using the entire arm, instead of the wrist, will enable you to become looser and more assured in your drawings. Think FLUIDITY and CONTROL!

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