You can restore all of the picture's original settings by clicking Reset. If your publication uses spot colors, More Colors is not available. Doing so can reduce the picture's file size and reduce the cost of printing. You can use Microsoft Edge to print in black and white. In the Recolor Picture dialog box, click the arrow next to Color , and then click the color that you want or to see more color choices, click More Colors , select the options that you want, and then click OK.
How can we improve it? This will open an image editing panel on the right. Get daily tips in your inbox. Under Image control , in the Color list, click Automatic.
The choice is yours. Right-click the picture, and then click Format Picture on the shortcut menu. Expand the Picture Color options, and click the little dropdown next to the Presets for Color Saturation.
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Change the picture to black-and-white. Save the new image with a different file name or allow it to overwrite the original image.
Go to the Picture tab the very last one. Change a picture to shades of a single color Click the picture that you want to change. The picture's original color information remains stored with the image, so you can restore the picture's original colors at any time.
The resulting image is pretty good in terms of quality. Expand your Office skills. Click the picture, click the Format tab, and then click Reset Picture. Send No thanks. Click Leave black parts black to apply tints of the selected color to only those parts of the picture that are not black or white. Thank you for your feedback! Restore the picture's original colors The picture's original color information remains stored with the image, so you can restore the picture's original colors at any time.