How to Resize Watercolor Graphics and Clipart on MS Word
Today we are going to see how easy it is to resize graphics on Microsoft Word (if you are using Windows).
The process can be applied for resizing clipart like bouquets and florals (or any image) on Pages as well – if you are using an Apple Mac computer.
Video Tutorial on How to Move and Resize Clipart on MS Word for DIY Digital Designs
Follow along with this video tutorial:
Step by Step Guide on How to Resize Watercolor Floral Clipart on MS Word:
First, open Microsoft Word.
Select the appropriate page layout for your design. You could be using a standard 5×7 inches page for party and event invitation designs.
Next, open the folder with your watercolor graphics or clipart or any image that you want to place in your document.
Drag and drop the image into your MS Word page.
Now, we will resize the graphics on Microsoft Word.
Click on the design to select it.
Then you will see little boxes appear around it. Now you are ready to resize.
Click, hold down and drag from any of the corner boxes while simultaneously holding down the Shift key (for proportionate) resizing.
To move a design around the page, simply select it, and drag and drop it to the desired position.
If you are designing a DIY Watercolor Invitation on MS Word, then follow along this video tutorial.
You can even use pre-made borders and backgrounds in popular sizes like 5×7 inches, A4 size and 12×12 inches for your digital designs.
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