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I'm new to Clipart.com -- could you give me a tour?
Below is a basic overview of Clipart.com's site. Read on to learn how to search for images and fonts, and what to do with them after you've found them.
You can search for files by using descriptive keywords or browsing categories that interest you.
To learn how to make your keyword searches more effective, see I found too many items -- how can I refine my search? and I didn't find enough images/fonts!
To perform a keyword search within a particular category:
NOTE: Your search results may include formats other than those you've chosen to search for. See Why am I still finding formats I've opted to exclude for further details.
NOTE: You can also choose to search only for color or black-and-white images. For further details, see How do I exclude color or black-and-white images from my search?
When you find the image you want, click once on its thumbnail to go to the download page. This area contains useful information about the file you have selected, including available file formats, file size, dimensions, publisher, and keywords.
From here, you have two options for downloading:
How many images can I download per day?
Clipart.com allows up to 1,000 downloads per day. Please review our End User License Agreement before downloading images to make sure you are not violating our "image stockpiling" restriction.
Downloading Different Image Formats
After clicking Download, the steps you take will depend on the file type you're downloading:
NOTE: Images saved to the desktop are easier to find!
On the download page, click the Download link for Mac Type 1, Windows Type 1, Mac TrueType, or Windows TrueType. If asked, choose Save and ignore other options (unless you know what you're doing).
After extracting your font files, you'll need to install them. See below for further instructions.
Downloading Shopping Carts
When you are ready to download the items in your shopping cart, click Cart (on the upper navigation bar). In the shopping cart area, click Download Your Cart. If asked, choose Save and ignore other options (unless you know you're doing).
After downloading the compressed archive, you'll need to extract its files. Un-Zip the cart or font using a Zip or StuffIt utility. If you don't have one, you can download WinZip, ZipBack Pro, or StuffIt Expander. (Remember, evaluation versions don't cost anything.)
NOTE: Most Macintosh browsers extract files to your desktop automatically.
Opening, Scaling, and Printing Images
To open images in Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, Excel, and Publisher:
NOTE: Other applications have similar procedures -- check your software's help documentation for details.
To install fonts so they're available in all of your applications:
NOTE: You'll usually need to quit then reopen the application to see your newly installed fonts.
Changing Account Information
To change your password, customer information, or mailing-list options, be sure you are signed in and then go to the homepage. The links for all of these pages will be located on the right.
Our excellent online help area is always just a mouse-click away: click Help (upper navigation bar) to find the answers to most of your Clipart.com questions.
If you need further technical assistance, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will respond as quickly as possible. Be sure to describe your problem clearly.
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