Answered By: Caroline Folk
Last Updated: Jul 18, 2017     Views: 14865

Clip art doesn't need a full citation in either MLA or APA style, but you should still give credit to your original source. Seneca Libraries has provided explanations for how to give credit to your Microsoft clip art on both our MLA page for citing images, and our APA citation guide under the Images, Charts, Graphs & Tables tab.

Note that 'clip art' in this case refers to freely-available art that comes with Microsoft Office products. If you've found clip art on a website, you should follow the example for a Figure (Photo, Image, Graph, or Chart) if you're using MLA style, or, if you're using APA, an image reproduced from a website.

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