Applying special effects to graphics


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Applying special effects to graphics

With Word 2010, you may not need to use other photo-editing software. You can add picture effects, like controlling the temperature and setting the color saturation right in Word. Word also includes a palette of artistic effects that you can apply directly to your photographs and other graphics. We're going to start with this small document that includes two photographs, that we've used earlier in this chapter. I'm going to select the photograph that includes olives hanging from a branch.

On the Picture tools > Format tab, we're going to take a look at the different commands that are available in the Adjust group. First, we have a command that will allow us to change the color of this particular image. Now, the color saturation that we see here is the current saturation. If we wanted to tone this image down, we can choose a lower saturation. Note that as I make these choices, in the gallery, they're being reflected in the preview of the image. So, here's my image as...

Applying special effects to graphics
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Applying special effects to graphics provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by Gini Courter as part of the Word 2010 Essential Training

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Business Education + Elearning
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