How to change a picture's color in KeyNote 09?

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  1. rickhorn, Dec 17, 2010
    Last edited: Dec 18, 2010

    rickhorn macrumors member

    rickhorn

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    I tried to find a tool in "inspector" but couldn't...I just want to change a JPEG file from color to black/white effect.

    I know in Powerpoint 2011, I can simply click on the image and there will be several image effect selections on the ribbon. I couldn't find the same feature on Keynote 09.

    Anybody can help me if I can change the color tone or gamma on a picture in Keynote 09, or I need to use other pictures editing software like photoshop to do it?

    Thanks.
     
  2. karl878 macrumors member

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    View, Show Adjust Image, change Saturation to zero. Obviously, result not as good as graphic artists get by Photoshopping color photo to black and white.
     
  3. FourCandles macrumors 6502a

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    As karl878 said, or if you want to change the original image itself to B&W to reuse in ohter presentations etc., use Preview (in your Applications folder) and choose Tools>Adjust Color and reduce Saturation to zero.
     
  4. rickhorn thread starter macrumors member

    rickhorn

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    thanks guys...i've decided to use PowerPoint 2011 to adjust embedded pix. :)
     

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