Correcting images with the improved picture correction tools


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Correcting images with the improved picture correction tools

The saying "a picture is worth a thousand words" means that complex ideas can be illustrated with just a single photo, that the right image is often more meaningful to your readers than paragraphs of text. But what if the picture you need to work with requires some correction? Word 2010 provides new and improved editing tools to fine-tune your photos and graphics to position images and to remove backgrounds. This single page document has three images, two photos and one line art logo.

The first photo, an image of a tree, would benefit from some correction. In Word 2010, it's easy to sharpen or soften an image, and to adjust brightness and contrast all at the same time. We begin by selecting the photo, and Word displays the Picture Tools Format tab. We'll click here and go to this new Corrections dropdown. At the top we have choices to soften or sharpen. When we soften an image, it become slightly blurrier.

Notice that the frame is around zero sharpening, right here in the...

Correcting images with the improved picture correction tools
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Correcting images with the improved picture correction tools provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by Gini Courter as part of the Word 2010 New Features

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