Clip art is a collection of images in Word 2013, both line art and pictures, that you’re free to use in your documents. Inserting a clip art image works much like inserting a graphics image, except that the clip art is organized. You can search for an image by name or category. Here's how it goes:

1

On the Insert tab, in the Illustrations group, click the Online Pictures button.

The Insert Pictures window appears.

2

In the text box by the option Office.com Clip Art, type a description of what you want.

For example, a picture of a politician may go well with your report on misbehaving in public. Type politician in the box.

3

Press the Enter key.

Peruse the results that are displayed. You may have to scroll a bit to see all of them.

4

Click the image you want, or refine your search by repeating Steps 2 and 3.

Click on the desired image.

5

Click the Insert button.

The image is downloaded from the Internet and thrust into your document.

Word sticks the clip art graphic into your text, just like it's a big character, right where the insertion pointer is blinking. At this point, you probably want to move the image, resize it, or do other things.