Join Aaron Quigley for an in-depth discussion in this video Visual graphic elements, part of Office for Students.
When it comes to finishing papers, graphic…elements can definitely help spice up your paper.…However there's a correct way and incorrect way to do this.…I've seen all too often, students that get very excited…about the creativity of adding visual elements to their paper.…And this is a wonderful thing.…You should be excited about making your paper look…good and presenting your information in the best way possible.…However, let's take a second to understand what's going…to be professional, and what's going to be distracting.…As someone goes through and reads your particular paper.…Here in the results section of this phenotype…paper, this person's added some very basic visual representation.…
They're using an inset table and in that table they've got some…information and they've got a small picture of a piece of corn.…Now this picture of a piece of corn is Clip Art.…And it's very tempting to go into Clip Art…and find something that represents what you're talking about.…But here's what I tell my students.…Clip Art is accessed…
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