by Allen Wyatt
(last updated February 24, 2014)
Subscriber Hilary Bennett recently asked if there is a way to select multiple clips and insert them from the Clip Art Gallery into a document. Unfortunately, there is no way that we have found. A workaround, however, is to simply drag clips from the Clip Art Gallery into your document. The viewer remains open, on the page you were previously using. When you are ready to place another piece of clip art, simply bring the viewer to the forefront by clicking on its button on the Taskbar, and you can again click and drag.
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