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Windows Phone 8 : Messaging - Composing a New Message (part 7) - Adding Emoticons and Clip Art

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Adding Emoticons and Clip Art

When you compose an email message, Windows Phone 8 gives you an easy and fun way to insert clip art emoticons and clip art images into your message. To do so, open a new message and complete these steps:

1. Tap the emoticon key on the onscreen keyboard.

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2. Tap a category key related to the type of image you want to insert.

3. Tap the actual image that you want to insert.

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Taking a Shortcut

You might have noticed that one of the category keys looks like a clock. This is a shortcut key. Tapping this key takes you to a screen displaying your most commonly used emoticons or clip art images.



Emoticon Incompatibility

Some of the emoticons only work if the recipient is using a Windows Phone 8 device. Recipients with other types of phones may not receive the emoticons or they might be displayed incorrectly.

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