Correcting the Image

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The Image Correction tab on the OfficeReady Professional 3.0 photo editor allows you to fine tune attributes, such as color, sharpness, and contrast, of your images. Figure 1 shows the OfficeReady Professional 3.0 photo editor that appears when you choose a file in the OfficeReady Professional 3.0 photo editor. Click here for more information about the OfficeReady Professional 3.0 photo editor.

Figure 1: The OfficeReady Professional 3.0 Photo Editor.


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Click the Image Correction tab (Figure 1 above) on the OfficeReady Professional 3.0 photo editor dialog box to see these controls.

The image work area is the space in the center of the photo editor window. A white rectangle (the cropping rectangle) will appear inside the image work area representing the boundaries of the image frame in your document. The image you chose in the OfficeReady Professional 3.0 photo editor appears inside the cropping rectangle.

The following paragraphs describe the Image Correction controls:

The Auto Correct button (Figure 2) automatically corrects the color, brightness, and contrast of the image.

Figure 2: The Auto Correct button

The Color Intensity button (Figure 3) invokes the Color Intensity dialog box (Figure 4) where you can adjust the color saturation or intensity of the image.

Figure 3: The Color Intensity button.

Figure 4: The Color Intensity dialog box.

Move the slider along the scale to increase or decrease the color saturation of the image.

The Sharpness button (Figure 5) invokes the Sharpness dialog box (Figure 6) where you can blur or sharpen the image.

Figure 5: The Sharpness button.

Figure 6: The Sharpness dialog box.

Move the slider along the scale to increase or decrease the sharpness of the image.

The Contrast Brightness button (Figure 7) invokes the Contrast & Brightness dialog box (Figure 8) where you can change the contrast and brightness of the image.

Figure 7: The Contrast Brightness button.

Figure 8: The Contrast & Brightness dialog box.

Move either of the sliders along the scale to adjust brightness and contrast of the image.

Photo Editor buttons

The buttons at the bottom of the photo editor window are for general actions.

The New Image button invokes the photo editor where you can find and select a new image.

The Restore Image button restores the image to its original state, as it appeared when you opened it in the photo editor.

The Undo button restores the image to its state before your last action.

The Redo button repeats the action for which you clicked Undo.

The OK button accepts your changes, closes the photo editor, and inserts your picture into the document.

The Close button exits the photo editor.

The Help button invokes this help file.

 

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