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Microsoft® Office Groove® 2007 Step by Step by Barry Preppernau, John Pierce, Rick Jewell

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Adding Color and a Background Image to a Sketch

Some types of business drawings use color in the shapes they contain for visual effect or to help identify what a particular shape represents. You could, for example, in a workflow diagram, fill each shape that represents a particular step with green if that step is initiated by a Yes decision. As a complement, you could fill each shape that represents a step that occurs if a No decision is made with red.

You can also add a background image to a page in the Sketchpad tool. A background image might be useful if you are mocking up an advertisement, for example, or adding detail to a general floor plan for the house or office you are remodeling. You can use an image file that is saved with the .jpg, ...

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