Looking for an element in Word

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At one time I used Word to create a new document and included some Vector Art from Word. The particular object was a Mandala. Now I can't find that Gallery. Not only could I change the size of the object but I could also change the color. Does anyone know where to find this feature now?

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Click on the object so it displays its bounding box. Depending on the type of object, one of the "contextual ribbons" will appear, with a tab that says "Shape Format", "Graphic Format", "Picture Format", etc. The buttons on that ribbon will give you the tools to work with that object.

Alternatively, right-click in the object and click the "Format [object type]" item at the bottom of the menu. That will open a pane on the right with the same tools.