Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
Inserting and Formatting Pictures in a Presentation
To Change a Picture Border Color
The default color for the border you added to the Slide 3 picture is White. Earlier in this chapter, you changed
the color scheme to Oriel. To coordinate the border color with the title text color and other elements of this theme,
you will use a shade of red in the Oriel color scheme. Any color galleries you display show colors dei ned in this
current color scheme. The following steps change the Slide 3 picture border color.
With the Slide 3 photo still
selected, click the Picture Border
button (Picture Tools Format tab |
Picture Styles group) to display the
Picture Border gallery.
What if the Picture Tools Format
tab no longer is displayed on
Double-click the picture to display
the Picture Tools and Format tabs.
Point to Red, Accent 3 (seventh
theme color from left in i rst
row) in the Picture Border gallery
to display a live preview of that
border color on the picture
(Figure 2 – 22).
1½ pt-border is
applied with preview
of new border color
Point to various colors in the
Picture Border gallery and watch
the border on the picture change
in the slide.
Click Red, Accent 3 in the Picture Border gallery to change the picture border color.
To Add a Picture Border and Color to Another Picture
In this presentation, the Slide 2 picture does not have a border as part of the
Rel ected Perspective Right picture style. The following steps add a border to Slide 2 and
change the color.
Click the Previous Slide button to display Slide 2 and then click the picture to select it.
Click the Picture Border button (Picture Tools Format tab | Picture Styles group) to display
the Picture Border gallery.
Point to Weight on the Picture Border gallery to display the Weight list and then point to
1½ pt to display a live preview of this line weight on the picture.
Click 1½ pt to add this line weight to the picture.