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This weeks Bite Size IT tip : MS PowerPoint 2010 - Cropping Images

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The cropping facility is used when only a portion of a picture is needed. This is particularly useful if you want to focus on a section of picture, or need to trim the image in order to fit it into your slide design. 

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Cropping pictures:

  1. Select the picture.
  2. Select the Picture Tools Format ribbon tab.
  3. Click Crop (within the Size group).

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  4. Click and drag a crop mark inwards to remove the outer section of the picture.

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  5. Release the mouse to complete the crop. Repeat with other crop marks as appropriate.
  6. Click Crop again to turn cropping off.

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Restoring cropped pictures:

To undo a picture crop, click Crop (within the Size group) and then click and drag the sides back outwards again.

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