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Using Clip Art from Microsoft Word in RFFlow
  Microsoft Word's large collection of clip art can be used in your RFFlow charts. A picture can be added directly to an RFFlow chart or added to an RFFlow stencil if you plan to use the picture often.
Users of Word 2000 and Word XP
  1. Run Microsoft Word and click Insert, Picture, and Clip Art.
  2. In the Pictures tab, click on one of the categories.
  3. Right-click on the picture you wish to import and click Copy.
  4. Switch to RFFlow and click Edit, Paste. The clip art will show up in the upper left corner of RFFlow. Drag the picture to its destination position.
  5. If you plan to use the picture often, you should put it into an RFFlow stencil. To do this, replace step 4 above with step 6 below.
  6. Click the The More Shapes Button button.
  7. Click on the box with the plus sign Clipboard Contents Iconto expand this category.
  8. Click on Metafile Picture Icon. If there is no metafile, try a bitmap.
  9. Drag the clip art shape from the upper right corner of the Stencils and Shapes dialog box to your stencil on the left.
Making the Current Stencils the Default Stencils
  1. To make the current stencils the default stencils for new charts, click the word Stencils in the main menu of RFFlow.
  2. Then click Make the Current Stencils the Default Stencils for New Charts.
  3. Now when you run RFFlow or start a new chart, these stencils will be displayed.
Users of Word 97
  1. Run Microsoft Word 97 and click Insert, Picture, and Clip Art.
  2. In the Clip Art tab, click on one of the categories.
  3. Click on the picture you wish to import.
  4. Click the Insert button.
  5. The picture will now show up in the Word 97 document. Click on the picture.
  6. Click Edit in the main menu of Word 97 and then click Copy.
  7. Switch to RFFlow and click Edit, Paste. The clip art will show up in the upper left corner of RFFlow. Drag the picture to its destination position.
  8. If you plan to use the picture often, you should put it into an RFFlow stencil. To do this, replace step 7 above with step 9 below.
  9. Click the The More Shapes Button button.
  10. Click on the box with the plus signClipboard Contents Icon to expand this category.
  11. Click on Metafile Picture Icon. If there is no metafile, try a bitmap.
  12. Drag the clip art shape from the upper right corner of the Stencils and Shapes dialog box to your stencil on the left.
If you have any questions or need assistance, call us at 970-663-5767 or send e-mail to help@rff.com.
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