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Modifying a Picture

Once you have inserted clip art and other objects into your presentation, you can adapt them to meet your needs. Perhaps the clip is too small to be effective, or you don't quite like the colors it uses. Like any object, you can resize or move the clip art. You can also control the image's colors, brightness, and contrast using the Picture toolbar. You can use these same methods with bitmapped pictures. PowerPoint also allows you to compress pictures in order to minimize the file size of the image. In doing so, however, you may lose some visual quality, depending on the compression setting. You can pick the resolution that you want for the pictures in a presentation based on where or how they'll be viewed (for example, on the Web or printed), and you can set other options, such as Delete Cropped Areas Of Picture, to get the best balance between picture quality and file size.


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