How to add effect to a picture in Microsoft Outlook 2007 on Windows 7?

You have a great content to showcase but somehow it’s all very intense yet demands for a greater attention of the reader. While too much of grey text can disinterest the reader, you can add a few visual elements to support your content and capture attention. Microsoft Outlook 2007 provides a lot of room to not only add new images but also experiment with them. You can add shadows, glow effect, 3D effect and much more to make your content appealing and interesting to read. All you need is to browse through the picture tool bar for the various options that can help you customize your images and add a new flair to your written text while working on a Windows 7 PC. The picture effects option not only adds life to your images but also enlivens your content. So when you wish to make a lasting impact on your readers, allow your creativity to flow and let your document evolve as an interesting piece of write-up.

1. Click the picture that you want to add an effect to
2. Under “Picture Tools, on the “Format tab, in the “Picture Styles group, click “Picture Effects
If you do not see the “Picture Tools or “Format tabs, double-click the picture to make sure that you selected it.
3. Now:
• To add or change a built-in combination of effects, point to “Preset, and then click the effect that you want
To customize the built-in effect, click “3-D Options, and then choose the options that you want

OR
• To add or change a shadow, point to “Shadow, and then click the shadow that you want
To customize the shadow, click Shadow Options, and then choose the options that you want
OR
• To add or change a reflection, point to “Reflection, and then click the reflection variation that you want
OR
• To add or change a glow, point to “Glow, and then click the glow variation that you want
To customize the glow colors, click “More Glow Colors, and then choose the color that you want
To change to a color that is not in the theme colors, click “More Colors, and then either click the color that you want on the “Standard tab, or mix your own color on the “Custom tab
OR
• To add or change a soft edge, point to “Soft Edges, and then click the size of the edge that you want
OR
• To add or change an edge, point to “Bevel, and then click the bevel that you want
To customize the bevel, click “3-D Options, and then choose the options that you want
OR
• To add or change a 3-D rotation, point to “3-D Rotation, and then click the rotation that you want
To customize the rotation, click “3-D Rotation Options, and then choose the options that you want

Well, you may choose one or a couple of options using the methodology stated above to add effects to your images and add value to your content.