Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
Applying Picture Styles
Figure 6-11 The current settings have a bold outline in the gallery.
At the bottom of each gallery is a command that leads to an options dialog box. You can
get to the same dialog box by right-clicking the picture and choosing Format Picture, or
by clicking the dialog box launcher in the lower right corner of the Picture Styles group on
the Format tab. In the Format Picture dialog box, click Picture Corrections, Picture Color,
or Artistic Effects. You can view and edit numeric values that correspond to the gallery
settings, and you can make precise adjustments to the settings. In addition, Presets buttons on
each tab provide another gallery view. One difference here: To see the effect on your
picture, you must click the thumbnail in the gallery; pointing to it does nothing.
Applying Picture Styles
The Picture Styles group on the Format tab contains tools for adding a border to your
picture and for applying effects such as shadows, reflections, glows, and three-dimensional
rotation. The Picture Styles group also includes a Quick Styles gallery, which contains
preconigured combinations of each of these settings.
To use the Quick Styles gallery, select one or more pictures, and then point to one of the
visible thumbnails. If none of those suit your fancy, you can scroll down in the gallery or,
better yet, click the More button, the arrow at the bottom of the scrollable window. Figure
6-12 shows an example. When you find a suitable option, click it to apply the settings.
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