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Microsoft’s Photo Editor


April 1, 2002
By Pulp & Paper Canada

When sending photographs in any of the common digital formats, such as “jpg” or “gif”, some recipients have trouble reading them. Virtually everyone has a web browser, but this does not allow zooming …

When sending photographs in any of the common digital formats, such as “jpg” or “gif”, some recipients have trouble reading them. Virtually everyone has a web browser, but this does not allow zooming in or out of a photograph, so it may be too small to read, or it may overflow his screen.

Microsoft includes its Photo Editor program with its versions of Windows, which is a good, simple way to view, crop, adjust and print photographs. Unfortunately, it is not always installed on computers. If you do not have Photo Editor, put the original Windows CD in the drive, then load Control Panel, and use its “add Programs” feature to add the Photo Editor component to your installation. The process is simple, and prompts you for information as needed.

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Photo Editor lacks the power of Adobe Photoshop or other relatively expensive photo editing software, but is very fast to load and is much easier to use than the high powered software.


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