Inserting an image without the white background

Neg - Updated on Dec 9, 2018 at 12:37 PM
 Pratik - Aug 8, 2019 at 05:49 AM

I have an image that I have vectorized... or so I think I have.... and I when I try to insert it into a document this white square appears around it. I can't figure out how to move just the image and not the back ground as well.

Can anyone help me!!!???

System Configuration: Windows Vista
Internet Explorer 7.0

2 replies

To get rid of the white background on clipart pictures - click the picture, then click the Set Transparent Colour icon on the small picture toolbar that appears when you click the picture - immediately after clicking the Set Transparent Colour icon, click the white background on the picture - it should then become transparent! It took me 2 hours of trawling through help sites on the internet.....and lots of trial and errors......and just as I was giving up, I found this really easy solution myself! Hope it works for you.
Thank you! Thank you! Thank you!
Thank you soooo much. I too, have looked for hours for this solution and your excellent explanation really works. I can't thank you enough for sharing this. I just inserted the picture into a Word document.
the best answer def. deserved it, cuz ive been looking 4 like and hour with every solution, and who knew that it could b that easy!! thanx!!
I probably wasted 4-7 hrs trying to get this done.. This article was really a blessing! thankss so much :)
unreal. ditto the other comments.