By Jennifer Smith A graphic can be an image, a drawing, or a vector object. You can create graphics manually by making marks on a page or create them electronically using software. You can display graphics in many formats, such as on a computer screen, projected on a wall, or printed in a magazine or book. Bitmap and vector graphics are formed in different ways to achieve the results you use in your documents. Work with bitmap images in Adobe CC Bitmap images are pictures made up of many tiny squares, or bits, on an invisible grid. When these dots are next to each other, the picture is formed, depending on where and how the colors are arranged on the grid. If you zoom in far enough, you can even see the blocky dots, or pixels, that make up the image.
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