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WD 156 Word Chapter 3 Creating a Cover Letter and a Resume
To Recolor a Graphic
The clip art currently is bright red and black, which does not blend well with the current color scheme. In
Word, you can change the color of a graphic. The following steps change the color of the graphic to a shade in the
current color scheme.
1
With the graphic still selected,
click the Recolor button on the
Format tab to display the Recolor
gallery (Figure 3–12).
COMP: Make sure arrows
are pointing precisely where
the Art MS indicates - they
cannot even be slightly off
Recolor
gallery
Recolor
button
resets graphic to
original color
Light
Variations area
Accent color 2
Light to be selected
Figure 3–12
2
Click Accent color 2 Light in the
Recolor gallery (third color in
Light Variations area) to change
the color of the selected graphic
in the document window
(Figure 3–13).
How would I change a graphic
back to its original colors?
With the graphic selected, you
would click the Reset Picture button
on the Format tab or click No
Recolor in the Recolor gallery.
Reset Picture
button
graphic remains
selected
lighter shade
of teal to be
transparent
colors of selected
graphic changed
to shades of teal
Figure 3–13
Other Ways
1. Right-click graphic,
click Format Picture on
shortcut menu, click
Picture in left pane,
click Recolor button,
select color, click Close
button
 
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