Learn PowerPoint 2011 for Mac: Adjust Picture Options

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When you insert a picture on your PowerPoint slide, you may want to make some changes to the picture – for example, you may want to change its size, color, adjust its saturation, or apply some styles to it. In this tutorial, we’ll introduce you to the Adjust Picture options in PowerPoint 2011. Later, in subsequent tutorials in this series, you will learn more about the individual options in more detail. You can make adjustments to the pictures inserted on slides, as well as to the pictures used as fills for shapes. When you select a picture, the Format Picture tab appears on the Ribbon.

Explore different Adjust Picture Options available in PowerPoint 2011 for Mac.

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