PixSwap: The Indezine Review

Created: Wednesday, August 31, 2011, posted by Geetesh Bajaj at 4:30 am



While PowerPoint 2003 and previous versions provided you with an option to recolor your pictures easily, this option was removed in PowerPoint 2007 and also did not make it to the subsequent PowerPoint 2010. This was indeed one of the very cool options in PowerPoint and many long-time users were not too amused with its absence. Yes, if you have a copy of PowerPoint 2003 or an older version installed, you can easily still recolor the pictures in that version — and then bring that content to any of the newer PowerPoint versions — but doing that often can be cumbersome and boring — especially now that PixSwap, a third-party PowerPoint add-in brings back the Recolor option to PowerPoint 2007 and 2010.

Read the Indezine review of PixSwap.

Categories: add-in, color, graphics, pictures, powerpoint_2007, powerpoint_2010

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