Formatting pictures in Word can enhance their appearance. Use and format pictures to better suit your Word documents.
Word offers several options for changing the way images appear in your document. For example, you can add a frame, make image corrections, change the image's color or brightness, and even add some stylish artistic effects. These options are located in the Adjust and Picture Styles groups on the Format tab.
Image Adjustment Options
When you're ready to make adjustments or experiment with the look of an image, select the picture and choose one of these options from the Format tab:
- Corrections: This command is located in the Adjust group. From here, you can sharpen or soften the image to adjust how blurry or clear it appears. You can also adjust the brightness and contrast, which controls how light or dark the picture appears.
The Corrections command
- Color: This command is located in the Adjust group. From here, you can adjust the image's saturation (how vivid the colors are), tone (the temperature of the image from cool to warm), and coloring (changing the overall color of the image).
The Adjust Color command
- Artistic Effects: This command is located in the Adjust group. From here, you can add artistic effects such as pastels, watercolors, and glowing edges.
The Artistic Effects command
- Picture Styles Group: This group contains a variety of styles you can apply to your picture, such as frames, borders, and soft edges.
The Picture Styles drop-down menu