Viewing and Organizing Pictures
Some files are not appearing in the preview pane.
The default setting in Microsoft Office Picture Manager displays only picture file types. You can change the default so Picture Manager shows all file types.
On the View menu, click Show Pictures only to clear the check mark next to the command.
A red X is displayed instead of the picture I want to work with.
The file you are attempting to view may be corrupt. Verify that you can open it in another program.
A menu command or toolbar button isn't enabled for the picture I want to work with.
You may need to select the picture, or the item you selected is not in a format that you can edit in Microsoft Office Picture Manager.
I don't like the way an edit turned out.
On the Edit menu, click the appropriate Undo command.
I can't find a way to adjust highlights and shadows in the Brightness and Contrast task pane.
You need to display the settings in the task pane.
Next to Advanced settings, click More.
I tried to crop my picture, but now its dimensions are all wrong.
You can maintain the same aspect ratio while cropping a picture by holding down the SHIFT key while dragging any handle.
The red eye removal feature did not remove the red eyes in my picture.
The red eye markers may not have been centered correctly. On the Red Eye Removaltask pane, click Reset Selected Eyes, and then try centering the eye markers directly over the pupils of the eyes you want to fix.
Undo cancels the edits on all the pictures I edited
The Undo command affects all the pictures that are currently selected. If you want to undo the edits on a specific picture or pictures, make sure only those pictures are selected before you click the command.
I sent a picture in an e-mail message, but the recipient received the file in a different format.
Some e-mail systems convert image files when they are sent in e-mail messages. Make sure that the recipient is able to receive messages in the format you specified.
I sent a picture in an e-mail message, but the recipient cannot open the picture as a file.
Make sure you check the Attached to the message check box on the E-mail task pane if you want the recipient to receive the picture as a file.