This quick tip shows the tools for making adjustments to pictures in a document. These formatting tools include crop, text wrap, color adjustments, and more.
(upbeat music)…- [Narrator] When adding pictures to a document…use the formatting options…to adjust how the picture looks on the page.…Select a picture by clicking on it…and a new ribbon will appear.…The Picture Tools Format ribbon.…There are lots of options here.…In the Wrap Text menu,…you can decide if the picture will sit in line with text…as if it were a word in a sentence,…or wrapped with text on the top, bottom and sides.…
The Crop tool will allow you to cut the picture down…to remove unwanted parts.…Adjust the borders of the crop area…and hit the enter key to apply.…The corrections, color, and artistic effects menus…offer some quick, automatic adjustments…for improving the look of a picture.…You can apply these adjustments with one click.…Those are just a few of the options.…You may want to spend some time experimenting…with the other picture formatting tools found here.…
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