To copy an image to the
clipboard for pasting into your document or into the Boardmaker dictionary,
do the following, depending on your operating system:
PC: Click on the image using the right click button.
Scroll down to “copy image.” Note the other options, including saving the
image as a file for later use.
Mac: Anything you would right-click for using a PC, you
can hold down the “ctrl” key to the left of the keyboard. Click the image
while holding down the “ctrl” key and scroll down to “copy image.”
The image can now be pasted
into your document via “edit:paste” menu command.
Some Google search
Use quotes to hold
important phrases together “washing hands” or “hand washing.” Try different
phrases when using quotes. Hand washing without the quotes might get an
article about getting chapped hands while washing the car (example)
In an image search, you may
get several unrelated pictures. This is because all photos on the page
containing your word or phrase will be displayed.
Use a “-“ directly
preceding a word or phrase (no space) if you wish to eliminate it from the
search. For example, If you are
looking for a picture of jasmine (the flower) and keep coming up with a
certain Disney character, enter the following:
You can keep adding “-“ as
needed and add an extra term you are sure would also be on a page containing
–princess –rice –tea
If the image you see within
the search is the size of the picture you wanted, take the image from there.
If it is smaller, click on the image and then click on “view full-sized