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May 13, 2010

Color Effect on MS Paint

Necessary Tools: 1 open window of MS Paint; MS Word

For this tutorial we will use the image below:

  1. Copy and paste the image above on your MS Word.
  2. Right click your image and click on "Show Picture Toolbar". Now, your window should look like this:

  3. Now, click on the 4 highlighted options on the toolbar. Just keep on clicking them until you have the color effect you like for your image. This is how my image turned out so far when I adjusted the contrasts and brightness.

  4. Since we cannot save this as an image on MS Word we need to take a screenshot of it. Press "Print Screen" on your keyboard. Open a window of MS Paint. Click on Edit=>Paste.
  5. Now, click on your "Select" tool and select your image and cut it.

  6. Paste it on the same window. Click "New", then click on Edit=>Paste. Crop your image if necessary. As you can see on the image below, I need to crop my image.

  7. To finish off we need to place a border around the image! Yes, I love borders. I think an image looks unfinished or incomplete without a border. So click on your rectangle tool, choose the first rectangle, choose a color for your border and drag your mouse across your image! Now, here is my final product! By the way, don't forget to save your image as PNG or JPG to retain the color quality.

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