Crop, Compress, And Remove Image Backgrounds In Excel For Mac


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Cropping, compressing, and removing image backgrounds

Modern digital cameras take beautiful photos that make your worksheets look great, but the files can be quite large. That's not a problem if you are looking at a file on a new laptop or desktop computer, but downloading large files to an iPhone or other smartphone can take some time. In this movie, I will show you some techniques to reduce image size and how to remove an image's background to make it more versatile. The first thing I will show you is how to crop an image. Cropping means that instead of resizing it, you actually take part of the image away. So I will show you what I mean. I will click the image, and then on the Format Picture contextual tab, which appears when you select an image, I will click Crop.

When I do, Excel outlines the photo with these black crop handles. So if I want to crop an image, basically what I need to do is take away any part of the image I don't want. So my goal is to crop the image, so the only thing remaining is this top left - it's abo...

Cropping, compressing, and removing image backgrounds
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Cropping, compressing, and removing image backgrounds provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by Curt Frye as part of the Excel for Mac 2011 Essential Training

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Business
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Excel for Mac
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