Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Touching Up a Picture
Open the Format Picture task pane and change the Brightness and
Contrast settings. Negative Brightness settings make a picture darker;
positive settings make it brighter. Negative Contrast settings mute the
differences between the parts of a picture; positive settings heighten the
differences. To open the Format Picture task pane, click the Corrections
button and choose Picture Corrections Options on the drop-down list.
Recoloring a picture
Recolor a picture to give it a makeover. Figure 3-6 shows examples of Recolor
options. As well as recoloring a picture, you can change its color saturation
and color tone settings. Color saturation refers to the purity and intensity
of the colors; color tone determines the degree of lightness and darkness.
Recoloring is useful for giving a picture a uniform appearance. Select your
picture and use these techniques to recolor it:
On the (Picture Tools) Format tab, click the Color button and choose a
Color Saturation, Color Tone, or Recolor option on the drop-down list.
You can choose More Variations at the bottom of the list and choose a
color on the sublist.
Open the Format Picture task pane and change the Color Saturation
and Color Tone settings. Change the Saturation setting to mute or bring
out the colors; change the Temperature setting to make the color tones
darker or lighter. To open the Format Picture task pane, click the Color
button and choose Picture Color Options.
Book VIII
Chapter 3
Figure 3-6:
Examples
of Recolor
options.
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