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The Nature of Graphics, Clip Art, & Scanning

Graphix F/X for You

Do you want to know how to use clip art and photos to dress up your class handouts, Web pages, publications, proposals, and letters? Do you want to know how to get a copy of your favorite image on your handouts or Web pages? Does the alphabet soup of TIFFs, GIFs, PICTs and JPEGs give you a headache? Then Information Technology has a workshop for you! The Graphix F/X workshop will cover desktop publishing basics, scanning photos and slides, the many different formats of graphics and when to use each. We will also cover how to find and use the vast array of clip art that is often available for free (some of these resources can be found on my Links Page).

The handout from the Graphix F/X workshop is available here in .pdf format, which requires Adobe Acrobat to read it. If you are not certain what pdf and Acrobat are, you might want to examine the SSU PDF page. Acrobat Reader (which reads pdf format) may be found by following links from that page, Adobe Systems, Inc., the SSU_Server, or you can contact the IT Service Center. Acrobat is available for Mac and Windows, and both will read my files.

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apb 1 October, 1999