Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Using drawing tools
Figure 10-32 The Artistic Effects gallery includes some very interesting ones.
The second of the three buttons on the right side of the Picture Tools Format tab’s Adjust
group, Change Picture, allows you to swap the underlying image with another one by
opening the Insert Picture dialog box. When you use Change Picture, any formatting you
applied is not affected. The new image simply appears in place with all the same options
applied. The last button on the right side of the Picture Tools Format tab’s Adjust group,
Reset Picture, does exactly what you think—reverts the image to its original inserted
condition. It is actually a menu containing two options: Reset Picture and Reset Picture & Size.
You can use these options to choose to keep the size (or not). The first button in this group
of three—Compress Pictures—is discussed in “Applying compression to pictures” later in
this chapter.
For more detail about many of the effects mentioned here, see “Using advanced object
formatting effects” later in this chapter.
Using drawing tools
When you select any type of object other than pictures or embedded objects, the Format
tab under Drawing Tools appears, containing controls similar to ones on the Format tab
under Picture Tools and a couple of new ones, too, as you can see in Figure 10-33.
Here are details about the formatting controls on the Format tab under Drawing Tools that
are different from those on the Format tab under Picture Tools:
Shape Fill This is a standard color palette you use to select colors, textures,
gradients, and even pictures to ill the selected shape.
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