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You can adjust the color intensity saturation and color tone temperature of a picture or recolor it. You can apply multiple color effects to your picture. If you don't see the Format or Picture Tools tabs, make sure that you've selected a picture. You may have to double-click the picture to select it and open the Format tab. To change the saturation of a color higher saturation is more vivid, lower saturation is more greyclick one of the common adjustments offered under Color Saturation.
To change the color temperature, click one of the common adjustments offered under Color Tone. To apply a built-in stylized effect, such as grayscale or sepia tone, click one of the common adjustments offered under Recolor. Tip: You can move your mouse pointer over any of the effects to see a live preview of how your picture will look with that effect applied before you click it.
Make a picture transparent.
Change the brightness, contrast, or sharpness of a picture. Apply an artistic effect to a picture. Click the headings below for more information. Saturation is the intensity of the color. A higher saturation makes a picture look more vivid, whereas a lower saturation makes the colors look more grey.
On the Format Picture paneclick.
Click Picture Color to expand it. Under Color Saturationmove the saturation slider as necessary, or enter a in the box next to the slider. When color temperatures are not measured correctly by a camera, a color cast too much of one color dominating the picture can appear on the picture, making the picture look too blue or too orange. You can adjust this by increasing or decreasing the color temperature to enhance the details of the picture and make the picture look better.
Under Color Temperaturemove the temperature slider as necessary, or enter a in the box next to the slider. You can quickly apply a built-in stylized effect, such as grayscale or sepia tone, to your picture. You can make part of a picture transparent to better show text that is layered on top of it, to layer pictures on top of each other, or to remove or hide part of a picture for emphasis. Transparent areas in pictures are the same color as the paper on which they are printed.
In an electronic display, such as a Webtransparent areas are the same color as the background. Click Picture Transparency to expand it.
You can either apply one of the presets, move the transparency slider, or enter a in the box next to the slider. Apply or change a style or effect for a picture. Crop a picture in Office. Remove the background of a picture. Change the color of a picture Click the picture that you want to change. Do one of the following: To change the saturation of a color higher saturation is more vivid, lower saturation is more greyclick one of the common adjustments offered under Color Saturation.
Click the picture and the Format Picture pane appears. Under Recolorclick any of the available presets. If you want to switch back to the original picture color, click Reset. Need more help? Expand your skills. Get new features first. A subscription to make the most of your time. Try one month free. Was this information helpful? Yes No. Thank you! Any more feedback? The more you tell us the more we can help.
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