Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Compressing Your Pictures
Marker
Film Grain
Pencil Grayscale
Mosaic Bubbles
Pencil Sketch
Glass
Line Drawing
Cement
Chalk Sketch
Texturizer
Paint Strokes
Crisscross Etching
Paint Brush
Pastels Smooth
Glow Diffused
Plastic Wrap
Blur
Cutout
Light Screen
Photocopy
Watercolor Sponge
Glow Edges
To apply one of these effects, simply double-click the picture, click the
Artistic Effects button on the Picture Tools Format tab, and choose the effect
you want from the gallery.
To give you an idea of what these effects can accomplish, Figure 11-12 shows
how the photograph originally shown in Figure 11-7 appears with the Pencil
Sketch, Watercolor Sponge, and Plastic Wrap filters applied.
Figure 11-12: Artistic effects can dramatically change the appearance of a picture.
Compressing Your Pictures
Adding pictures to your slide show can dramatically increase the size of
your presentation’s file on disc. This is especially true if you insert a bunch
of pictures taken with a modern digital camera. For example, pictures taken
with digital cameras are often half a megabyte or more each. Insert 50 such
pictures into your slide show and the file will grow accordingly.
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