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I found too many items -- how can I refine my search?
You decided to subscribe to Clipart.com because we have so many images, and now you're having a hard time finding exactly what you need because, well, we have so many images. Don't be discouraged. There are ways to narrow your search so you don't have to wade through thousands of items to get the one you want.
Use a more specific keyword
General keywords like dog or tree may return more images than you can handle. If you do a search on dog in the Clipart area, for instance, you'll get almost 13,000 items. You'll have more luck if you look for a puppy or a boxer.
Use keywords that must appear in your search and select Match Any from the pull-down menu.
Enter keywords that must NOT appear in the not these words field:
Use quotation marks to force exact matches.
If you need to search for a phrase (hot dog, Statue of Liberty, question mark), put the phrase in quotation marks.
Use "ing" for verbs
If you search for boxing matches by entering the word box, the search engine will return items keyworded box or boxing. To eliminate the images of cardboard boxes, cigar boxes, ballot boxes, etc., enter boxing instead.
Do a category search
Browsing categories can help you eliminate homonyms from your search.
Specify whether you want color or black & white
Specify the file type you want.
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