PowerPoint is a presentation platform used by many worldwide, especially by people who want to show off their research to an audience. People sometimes insert images in their PowerPoint presentations to make them more appealing or display an example. In Microsoft PowerPoint, people can insert images onto their slides from their PC files, online, or from Stock images. Stock images in PowerPoint are graphics that consist of photos, illustrations, and icons. Stock images are available in Microsoft Word, Excel, and Outlook. In this tutorial, we will explain how to change Color of part of a picture in PowerPoint.
How to change Color of part of a picture in PowerPoint
To dissemble and change the color of each part of an illustration stock image in PowerPoint, follow these steps:
- Launch PowerPoint.
- Change slide to blank.
- Click the Insert tab, click Pictures, then click Stock Images.
- Click Illustration, choose an illustration, then click Insert.
- Click the Convert to Shape button on the Graphic Format tab.
- Split the illustration apart, now that it is converted to shapes.
- Click Shape Format > Click the Shape Fill button and choose a color.
Open the PowerPoint presentation.
Change the PowerPoint slide to blank.
On the Insert tab, click the Pictures button and select Stock images from its menu.
When the Stock Image dialog box opens, click the Illustration tab, choose an image, then click insert.
An image will be inserted into the slide.
A Graphic Format tab will open.
Click the Convert to shape button. This will convert the illustration to shape.
You will notice that the illustration is divided into pieces of squares.
Try to drag a piece of the illustration apart.
You will notice that the illustration is split apart.
In PowerPoint, not only that you can dissemble Stock images illustration, but you can color each part into different colors.
Click on any piece of the Illustration, and a Shape Format tab will appear.
The Shape Format tab will appear instead of the Graphic Format tab because you have converted the Stock images illustration to a shape.
On the Shape Format tab, click the Shape Fill button and choose a color from its menu.
You will notice that the color has changed.
We hope you understand how to dissemble and change the color of each part of an illustration stock image in PowerPoint.
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What is the use of stock images?
There are various uses for stock images, such as marketing, personal projects, commercials, blogs, and websites. In Microsoft PowerPoint, you have various stock photos you can choose from to insert into your presentation. Stock images can tell a story and balance a slide to make your presentation more persuasive.
Are PowerPoint stock images royalty free?
You can access thousands of royalty-free images and more if you are a Microsoft 365 subscriber. You can use these images in your documents, presentations, workbooks, and SharePoint in Microsoft 365.