How to Invert Colors on Microsoft Office Picture Manager

By Kathryn Hatashita-Lee

Microsoft Office Picture Manager manages and edits digital pictures. This program includes "Hue and saturation" settings that allow you to adjust the color on a scale. Click and drag the slider on the "Amount" or "Hue" scale for a custom look. Saving this edited file as a separate copy from the original keeps the original file intact for reference.

Things You'll Need

  • Microsoft Office 2010

Step 1

Open the saved picture file in "Microsoft Office Picture Manager."

Step 2

Click on "Edit Pictures" on the Formatting toolbar.

Step 3

Click on "Color" in the "Edit Pictures" pane to the right of the picture. This pane includes "Hue and saturation settings."

Step 4

Click on the "Hue and saturation settings," such as "Amount" or "Hue." Click on the slider to achieve the desired effect. You can also enter a value in the settings text box.

Step 5

Save this file as a copy with a file name different from the original file. Click on the "File" menu.

Step 6

Click on "Save As."

Step 7

Enter the file name in the "File name" box.

Step 8

Click on the "Save" button. This saved file is different from the original file.

Tips & Warnings

  • To change a color image to black and white, enter "-100" in the "Saturation:" settings text box.