How to Use Picture Effects in PowerPoint 2010


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Using picture effects

The few photos that we currently have in our presentation, though great photos, need a little bit of help to fit in. Let's take the photo on slide number two, for example. We're going to spice this up. When a photo is selected, whether it's one you imported from your own collection or one you downloaded from Microsoft Office online, you'll see the Picture Tools Format tab appear in the Ribbon. Before we learned how to resize and move your photo, but now I'm going to show you how you can apply a variety of changes to the photo, such as color adjustment, artistic effects, frames, shadows, 3D angles and more, even cropping.

Again, with my photo selected, I'm in the Picture Tools Format tab. Let's start with the Adjust group, and look at the Corrections pulldown gallery. This gallery is broken down into two sections: Sharpen and Soften, and Brightness and Contrast. Watch what happens to our photo as we hover over the Sharpen and Soften options. Here we are softening...

Using picture effects
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Using picture effects provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by David Diskin as part of the PowerPoint 2010 Essential Training

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