5 steps to remove a background image from a Microsoft® Office 2010 file
You are aware that by using Microsoft Office 2010, you can enhance your productivity and perform your tasks with better quality. Now that you have the task of completing a document with the highest quality and you have been working on it at breakneck-speed, we have a suggestion. How about adding images to make the lifeless document come alive? It is always a better option to have a pictorial depiction incorporated in your article, note or report.
However, there is a twist in the story here. At times the background image may be louder than the text itself and you might feel the urge to discard it off completely. Especially, if you had to use an image, the background of which is bright and distracting, you might want to get rid of the background and just keep the foreground image, which may be just appropriate for your note or article. For instances like these you can use the interesting 5-step solution as mentioned below. By following these steps, you can remove the background from any application in Microsoft Office 2010 – Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel, or Microsoft PowerPoint.
Step 1: Insert a picture of your choice into the document that you are working on. You can insert a picture using the ‘Insert Picture’ option.
Step 2: As soon as the picture is inserted, the application will open the ‘Picture Tools’ for you.
Step 3: Browse and locate the Picture Removal tool on the ‘Format’ tab.
Step 4: In the tool, look for the Background Removal tool.
Step 5: You will have to adjust the marquee lines in order to highlight the portion of the image that you want to retain. Hit the ‘Background Removal’ option and it will remove the background image for you.
If you are satisfied with the image, you can continue with completing the document. In case you want to further adjust the image, you can delete the markings and set new ones as per your requirement.Â Once you are done with creating the right image for your document, you can also consider adding effects to the image for better display. You can add reflections, a glow effect to the image, and even shadow effects to the picture. Choosing these options will only make your image appear better and add depth to your document.
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