There are many sources for graphic elements to include on your web pages.
Use Fireworks to create simple graphic shapes. Export your graphics
in GIF or JPEG format for inclusion on a web page.
Use graphics from the Microsoft Office Clip Art Library. These
files aren't in web-suitable format natively, but here's how to convert
- From Word (or Excel or PowerPoint) use Insert, Picture, Clip
Art to access the MS Clip Art Library and select a graphic. Pull
the selected graphic into your MS application.
- Use the MS Office Edit, Copy function to copy the graphic
to the Windows Clipboard.
- Open FireWorks and open a new, blank file.
- In FireWorks use Edit, Paste to copy the graphic from the
Windows Clipboard into the blank FireWorks document. (Resize or otherwise
modify as necessary.)
- Use FireWork's File, Export command to export the graphic
in GIF or JPEG format. Either of these formats are suitable for use
in a web page.
Check on the web for downloadable graphics. You might check
these sources: Lycos,
Want animation? First see the section on "Animated
Images". Then, check Action
To Go for a start. Then do your own web search for animated GIFs.