Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Inserting and Formatting Pictures in a Presentation
1
Corrections
button
With the Arch Yoga
picture on Slide 4
still selected, click
the Corrections
button (Picture Tools
Format tab | Adjust
group) to display the
Corrections gallery.
preview with
brightness and
contrast adjusted
Picture Style
gallery More
button
Point to Brightness:
1 20% Contrast:
2 40% (fourth
picture in i rst row
of Brightness and
Contrast area) to
display a live preview
of these corrections
on the picture
(Figure 2– 14).
I
original
brightness
and contrast
Experiment
Point to various
pictures in the
Brightness and
Contrast area and
watch the brightness
and contrast change
on the picture in Slide 4.
Why is a yellow border surrounding the picture in the center of the gallery?
The image on Slide 4 currently has normal brightness and contrast (0%), which is
represented by this center image in the gallery.
Figure 2– 14
Click Brightness:
1 20% Contrast: 2 40% to apply this correction to the yoga picture.
How can I remove all effects from the picture?
Click the Reset Picture button (Picture Tools Format tab | Adjust group).
Other Ways
1. Click Picture Corrections
Options, move Brightness
or Contrast sliders or enter
number in box next to
slider (Format Picture
dialog box)
To Apply a Picture Style
The pictures on Slides 2, 3, and 4 grasp the audience’s attention, but you can increase their visual appeal by
applying a style. A style is a named group of formatting characteristics. PowerPoint provides more than 25 pic-
ture styles that enable you easily to change a picture’s look to a more visually appealing style, including a variety
of shapes, angles, borders, and rel ections. The photos in Slides 2, 3, and 4 in this chapter use styles that apply soft
edges, rel ections, or angled perspectives to the pictures. The following steps apply a picture style to the Slide 4
picture.
 
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