Insert a Picture Placeholder in Publisher: Overview You can insert a picture placeholder in Publisher into a publication page. When you insert a picture placeholder in Publisher, you allocate space in a page for a picture you can insert later. To insert a picture placeholder in Publisher, click the “Insert” tab in the Ribbon.
The Scratch Area in Publisher: Overview The scratch area in Publisher is the space surrounding your publication. You use the scratch area in Publisher to store pictures or shapes. If you insert multiple pictures at the same time when using either the “Insert Picture” dialog box or the “Insert Pictures” window, then Publisher adds
Remove a Color Cast in Photoshop Elements: Overview You can easily remove a color cast in Photoshop Elements from an image. A color cast occurs when the color channels in an image are not in balance. The undesired effect is often an unusual tint of color and is a common result of improper lighting
The Eraser Tool in Photoshop Elements: Overview The Eraser tool in Photoshop Elements applies the background color to an image. Contrary to what its name implies, this tool does not make pixels transparent in an image. Instead, it applies the background color, versus the foreground color. To use the Eraser Tool in Photoshop Elements,
The Pencil Tool in Photoshop Elements: Overview The Pencil Tool in Photoshop Elements draws hard-edged lines in photos. Click the Pencil Tool button in the Toolbox to use it. Then click and drag in your image to create lines and apply color to the pixels in the selected layer. The Pencil Tool has many
Change the Color Saturation in Lightroom Classic CC: Overview You can change the color saturation in Lightroom Classic CC to adjust a photo’s overall color saturation. Color saturation in photography describes the intensity of a color. It is expressed as the degree to which the color differs from white. To change the color
Import Photos from a Scanner in Photoshop Elements: Overview You can also import photos from a scanner in Photoshop Elements directly into the Organizer. To import photos from a scanner in Photoshop Elements, first ensure your scanner is correctly connected and configured to work with your computer. This often involves downloading the most recent
Open Images in Photoshop Elements: Overview To open images in Photoshop Elements, select “File| Open…” from the Menu Bar. Doing that then launches the “Open” dialog box. Use this system dialog box to navigate to the folder in your computer’s file system within which to look for image files. Once inside the folder