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My computer came with Windows XP and a WordPerfect Office 2002 program, which
I've gathered does not open clip art files or have business card templates.
If I buy the Office Student and Teacher Edition 2003 will I then be able to
design business cards using Microsoft Office Clip Art and Media? Would I be
able to install it over the application that came with my computer and later
upgrade to Office Small Business Edition 2003? Claus.


"garfield-n-odie" wrote:

See http://www.gmayor.com/graphics_on_labels.htm.

"Redneon" wrote:

I want to use downloaded clip art in a custom business card lable format.
When I have my lable format window open, I can't get the clip art to move to
the lable area. I can't click on "insert".

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Hi, Claus. I'm sure WordPerfect provides a means to make business
cards, but it's been years since I used WordPerfect (the last version I
used was 9.0, and I think the current version is 12.0). I seem to
recall that the Corel Office CD had a bunch of clipart on it, and I
think the Corel website has more clipart. But this newsgroup is for
questions about Microsoft Office. If you have Microsoft Office, you
will be able to download clipart from the Microsoft website and use it
on your business cards and other documents (subject to the Terms of Use
and Copyright Notice on the Microsoft clipart website). Microsoft Word
includes templates that fit the pre-perforated Avery business card stock
that you can buy at most office supply stores. You can have both Corel
Office and Microsoft Office installed on the same computer. Microsoft
Office 2003 Students and Teachers Edition cannot be upgraded, so you
would need to purchase a full version of Office 2003 Small Business
Edition if you want that at a later date. If you're planning on getting
SBE eventually, it would be less expensive to just buy SBE now (instead
of STE now and SBE later).


Claus wrote:

My computer came with Windows XP and a WordPerfect Office 2002 program, which
I've gathered does not open clip art files or have business card templates.
If I buy the Office Student and Teacher Edition 2003 will I then be able to
design business cards using Microsoft Office Clip Art and Media? Would I be
able to install it over the application that came with my computer and later
upgrade to Office Small Business Edition 2003? Claus.


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